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Multiple Backlinks Using One Top Best Reviewer

Updated on July 4, 2011
An introduction describing how I started to write online.
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Multiple Backlinks All-In-One

Hello Hubbers!

I'm here to share with you that James Colin the creator of SheToldMe.com, has created a new website for webmasters who create backlinks to their hubs, articles, blogs and websites to increase traffic and to help with Search Engine Optimization. The new website makes backlinking fun because it offers a unique way to creating multiple backlinks with an all-in-one technique AND it offers a 100% Adsense Revenue Share. This new method of creating backlinks takes backlinking to a higher level.

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What's So Unique About It?

First I'm going to share with you how I created my first Top. What exactly is a Top? A Top is the main backlink you create and when you create a Top your Top receives a unique URL. For instance, when you create a backlink using SheToldMe to redirect traffic to your hubs and when you click publish, you create a new URL. Most of us webmaster understand this. The purpose of creating a Top is that you can submit up to twenty URLs linked to relevant articles you have written. You can submit the URLs of your hubs, articles, blogs or websites but all of your hubs, articles, blogs and websites should be relevant to each other. Relevancy is the keyword when creating a Top.

Example Of My First Top

Now I'm going to share with you how I created a Top and this should help you understand how to do it.

The first step I did was join the Best-Reviewer.com received a confirmation email and signed into the website. I then clicked on Create A New Top, chose the Number Of Items In This Top (I chose three), chose a Tops Title, wrote an Introduction, wrote a Conclusion, chose a Category, submitted into the field Keywords/Tags and chose the Adsense Ad Size I wanted to show throughout my Top. I then submitted the URL to my article in Top One, submitted the Title of my article and then wrote a short Description about my article. I then did the same steps at Top Two and Top Three.

Here's an example to help you understand even better.

The Title I chose for my first Top is Phrases And Words To Help Sell And Advertise. I submitted into the Top One field the URL to a website I created Titled Verb Words Help Sell. I then submitted a hubs URL into the Top Two field Titled Phrases and Words That Sell Part-One. I then submitted a hubs URL into the Top Three field Titled Phrases and Words That Sell Part-Two. I scrolled down to the bottom of the webpage to click Save and my new Top was created.

Up to 20 relative URLs within one Top.
Up to 20 relative URLs within one Top. | Source

Combined Hubs That Share Relevancy

The Best-Reviewer is perfect for a Hubber who has dozens, hundreds or thousands of Hubs.  I feel the Best-Reviewer is genius because of it's unique technique to backlinking.

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    Pam Valentine 

    6 years ago from The Heartland, USA

    You have to pay now for shetoldme and while its $5 a month or 12 a year, Im wondering if its really worth it. I am little confused when it comes to whether amazon is okay or not. One faq looks like it not ok but then I see people linking to amazon all over the place. Thanks, On with my research

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    Linda Crampton 

    7 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

    Thank you for the information. I do create backlinks at SheToldMe, and knew that the creator of SheToldMe had also created the Best Reviewer site, but wondered if it was really worth joining Best Reviewer. Your hub helped me understand how the site works.

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    Michelle Cesare 

    8 years ago from New York

    Hi Schoolgirlforreal,

    Once you go through the motions once you would understand. It's a creative way of backlinking. I feel it makes backlinking more fun.

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    schoolgirlforreal 

    8 years ago

    this is too complex for me :(

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    Sam 

    8 years ago from Tennessee

    up & beautiful! Well written and informative. After reading then re-reading this a dozen times, I think I understand. Thanks for all your help...

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