I saw at my Google analytic that no one social bookmark bring visitor to my hubpages. I think I just waste time to submit hubpages to social bookmark and paid social bookmark such as Xomba, redgage, pages 360, shetoldme, and more. Do you think the social bookmark worth?
Sometimes they are worth while. Dofollow social bookmarking networks essentially create low quality links, which will help in search engine rankings. If you have followers on a network like StumbleUpon, you can send your hubs to them, drawing in more traffic. I don't think the paid services submitting to a ton of random sites really help though - better to focus on specific sites that do bring in traffic or build quality backlinks.
I am a member of Redgage. That is a cool website.
Every off page seo is worth. Don't worry about it has not bring any traffic to your hubs as it will help to improve your rankings on seo.
How is traffic to your hub from search engine?
Social bookmarking is a great way to get back links and increase your online exposure however, you are only going to get large volumes of traffic if you use well known bookmarking sites like stumbleupon and digg or you have a link that makes people say what I must read that article!
some hubber said that digg and SU will decrease our adsense revenue.
I am just now trying to wrap my brain around this RSS feed and backlink stuff and Google Analytics and all that crap. Seems to me writing a hub is the easy part ! I am still not sure how all that works, but I have had a few hits from one of those backlink deals. I am not that technologically proficient though !
@forlan social bookmarking is always helpful for seo. Yes it brings traffic to your hubpages. I am getting traffic from digg and SU. Even SU comes after Google in analytics. Here are some tips while submitting your hubs in Social bookmarking sites,
#1 make a list of top 20 social bookmarking sites
#2 if sites are do-follow it is good
#3 create good network
#4 Vote their Stories
#5 Regular submissions
I think these tips may be helpful for you in getting traffic.
All the best
I submit to a few social bookmarking too, but i'm not sure if it works, I think we have to be active in a ceratain bookmarking so we have more chance to show our site to them.
But when i started to bookmark my website, i don't know what happened but mysite disappeared more. It used to show when I typed it in search engine, but after I bookmark, it didn't sow up anymore instead Technorati showed up with my website name somewhere deep in technoratis pages. Does anyone know why it's like that?
Social bookmarking is worth...But some of the social bookmarking sites are dead....SO just do one thing...Bookmark some latest do follow sites...and keep in mind do not go for more than 50 Bookmarks a day !!
Heres a few facts
No Follow Links contain no direct SEO benefit
Most social bookmarking sites, Xomba, Dig, Stumble, etc, are nofollow.
Sites that are do follow social bookmarking sites tend to be fairly low quality.
Social bookmarking traffic has poor conversion rates, so don't expect to make a huge amount of money with it.
If content is useful and informative for reader. The user will come on your site this what we want. It doesn't mean that we stop the social bookmarking.
I am getting very good traffic from Stumbleupon whether it is giving no-follow links but one no-follow link sends one customer to your site is always better than the useless do-follow links.
But it's also worth bearing in mind that the links you get from social bookmarking sites while not bringing any direct traffic themselves, will help in the effort to make your hub better ranked in Google and so you'll get more traffic that way instead, eventually. Eventually is the keyword though - nothing is instant.
Here’s new social bookmarking site : http://www.humansthink.com . It’s dofollow.
by David 470 13 years ago
I was wondering how often a hub should be social bookmarked and if my internet history is deleted i do not know which hubs I bookmarked. I don't want to be considered a spammer. How many hubs do you guys bookmark at a given time and do you usually bookmark the low traffic or high or?
by jfay2011 11 years ago
I am starting to learn how to social bookmark. I've been doing it on twitter, facebook, igoogle, digg, delicious, diigo, my blogs, pingomatic and a few other places. I have only been doing it on some of these sites for the last four or five days. It probably takes a while to see...
by Kate Swanson 13 years ago
IzzyM and I have been chatting about backlinking, and disagreeing on what's the best way to go about it. She's been spending hours backlinking her Hubs on social bookmarking and backlinking sites, because she feels that's been recommended on the forums by Hub gurus. I'm not at all sure that's...
by Donnacha C 13 years ago
hello....I hope someone can help me with my question... Though an avid Hubpages fan, I have registered with SheToldMe as well, in the hope of getting more traffic....I`ve already seen other hubbers there and when I`ve checked out their scoops (hubs over there) I`ve noticed they are mostly just...
by Cindy Vine 14 years ago
I was getting quite a bit of traffic from Stumbleupon, but the last while I notice it hasn't been accepting my submissions from Hubpages. They say that it's to prevent people from abusing the sytem and just promoting one site all the time. Does anybody know of a way around this?
by jfay2011 11 years ago
Crime to social bookmark? Are millions of us going to get called scammers because we want to social bookmark our stuff so we can gain traffic? Not all of us can have a hub that is going to get tons of traffic, yet we want the traffic too. What, we now can't social bookmark our...
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