I have posted several articles on this
and have not gotten or seen any in my traffic sources
Can you say why?
Reddit seems to be the best so far for me...
We have same problem. Now I don't use this site anymore, I tend to make backlink from trusted sites based on my research.
I have seen the results but it takes them about a month or sometimes two to review and accept your link!
People use Shetoldme for backlinks mainly. Even if you get traffic from such sources, it won't really convert into sales. So try to get traffic from search engines and use such sites just for backlinks.
How do you get traffic from search engines?
Do your keyword research and write good quality content using those keywords properly
You get traffic from search engines by optimizing your hubs for them.
Research 'search engine optimization(SEO)'. Backlinks is an essential part of SEO and she told me is just a tiny tool for getting backlinks.
Also make sure you avoid highly competitive niches at start. Ranking for them needs a lot of hard work. You can use market samurai and other similar tools to analyze keywords.
Also, try i would add trying to include your keywords in the anchor text in your backlinks and try not to repeat the same anchor text too many times because this will seem too manipulative to the search engines. Good luck on hubpages!
Yes, I don't recieve much direct traffic from shetolde, although I have seen she told me articles rank higher in Google than the original Hubpages articles!
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