I am a caveman when It comes to modern technology . So what Is a backlink and which ones are good ?
A link from any other page to your page.
All are good, but some are better then others.
thanks misha, now I know......I am just starting to put things together here because i am still a newbie. I learned new things everyday!
So which are better?!
From another newbie
It depends on the relevance of the topic and content, e.g. If you wrote a hub about growing vegetables and then put a link in back to another of your hubs on growing tomatoes it would be a good backlink, however, if you wrote a hub on growing vegetables and then put a backlink to one of your hubs on erectile disfunction it wouldn't really work, (as I am sure you can imagine!)
Links to your hubs from other authoritative sites count much more than one from a low-quality link farm. If you can get a link from a reputable .org, .edu or .gov site, especially, that will definitely juice your rankings.
Backlinks? Ain't that them new hot dogs that done had the backs shaved off em'?
by TheOneWhoKnows 8 years ago
What I mean to say is that let's say we have a hub called ''google secrets'' so if I have another one, like ''Google SEO'' and If I put link from ''google secrets'' on my hub ''Google SEO'' is that a backlink ?
by Tony Lawrence 8 years ago
Recently, both Mark Knowles and Misha have said that spammy linking is not harmful. I disagree (search "Google Bowling" to see why) but very little here at HP would support my opinion.We do have Jason Menayan on September 30th, 2010 at http://blog.hubpages.com/2010/09/the-pa...
by TerryGl 8 years ago
There are many .edu and .gov sites at the moment that allow a back link through either a blog dofollow comment or forum profile dofollow link.I have about three hundred such links that are auto approved in joining the forum or making a comment. ( I know, the list is gold).My question is, has anyone...
by Sinea Pies 6 years ago
My blog is a Blogger blog...which is a Google product. Today a new check box showed up in the place where we can set up hyperlinks. It is an option to make the link "no follow". I've looked at the learning page they provide to explain it but I don't think I get what the advantage...
by IzzyM 8 years ago
First of, I don't really know what I'm talking about, or to be more specific, I don't know the name of what I am talking about.But thanks to a few hubbers on here, I have taken to backlinking the easy way. You backlink a hub to...for example...shetoldme...or blurbalicious...one of them anyway.Then...
by easyguyevo 8 years ago
For example if I got a backlink from a webpage called lets say www .computers. com/cpuforumIf the pagerank of the domain (www .computers. com) was lets say 5 but the page rank of the sub-domain (www .computers. com/cpuforum) is 0. Will search engines recognize my backlink as a pagerank 5 or...
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