What are some productive backlinking strategies for a blog or website?
Choose the keywords which are best for your site and go to the top websites and look to comment. Also CommentLuv can help quite a bit Rss feeds using a variety of anchor text and social bookmarking to sites you actually use once in awhile.
The "free backlink tool" and "traffic launch pad" are also very useful. Not to mention Social Monkee and Backlinks Kingdom!
On the single site level...You are already there with HubPages. Run all of your articles and back links from relevant sites through hubspot or squidoo before it links to your blog or site. Another good method is to run the backlinks through a directory than through hubspot or squidoo before linking back to your site.
The capitalist answer is to hire a reputable internet marketing company to do all the link work for you. Going rate for high quality relevant links is $60.00 to $90.00 for 200 links.
by Jacob Horning 8 months ago
Hello Hubbers! I'm fairly new to HubPages, I've been here about a week now and love the community so far! Anyway, I was thinking, since we all have the same goal; to make money, get readers and help people, I thought I would make a topic for us all to discuss the best places to post our HubPages...
by ComputerPsychic 8 years ago
Does anyone have a computer related blog or website they would like to exchange links with.Would anyone like to exchange links with my http://thecomputerpsychic.com/ site?Steve
by Rahul Parashar 3 years ago
I am thinking about building some backlinks to my Hub[ages subdomain, but am not sure where and how should I start. What do you suggest? What's your backlining strategy? Is it really impossible to get so organic traffic without backlinks? If not, how difficult is it?
by Jason Menayan 6 years ago
There is a lot of bad SEO (search engine optimization) advice out there, and the use of automated services that procure backlinks to your Hubs is one particularly egregious example. Using services to get backlinks can result in your Google AdSense and/or HubPages account permanently banned. Yes, we...
by canadawest99 7 years ago
There are only really 3 good places to put backlinks;1. social media sites (digg, reddit, etc)2. blogs (blog commenting)3. other adsense sharing sites (shetoldme, xomba etc)You can follow the angela's method where she puts them in forum user profiles but my experience is they...
by Mike's Corner 7 years ago
I started about 7 weeks ago and have been publicizing/backlinking most of my hubs through the bookmarking sites SheToldMe, Snipsley, Xomba and Redgage.Does anyone think (or know) whether Google, as part of its new ranking system, will now be penalizing pages linked to from sites such as these...
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