I just started using it. Finally I figured how!
But, I wanted to know if I need to let hubbers know that I've suggested links to their hubs. I'm not sure how it is on propriety.
Be careful with that link tool - it very often suggests links that are not really pertinent to your hub. After all, it is only a dumb program, looking at keywords and tags - not real content.
To answer your question, though, I seldom let hubbers know when I've linked to them.
I saw that. It allows me to choose however what links I want to suggest.
Most of them point towards hubpages so I thought I'd ask because some are pertinent to my hub. But, I'm trying to have them point more towards community pages to keep the credibility.
You really do not have to inform those hubbers..you are actually doing them a service.. I have many of my hubs linked to...but I have discovered that because I track my incoming links.
Yup I get lots of traffic ( compared to my total traffic ) from links. It's great when that happens. It's actually competing with google traffic
I guess this shows the quantity of traffic that I receive It's half a century a day in total; minus 10 - 15 at times
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