Quality Back-Links From HubPages
What is Hubpages.com
How to build quality back-links on Hubpages
Step by Step Instructions to build affiliate
- Sign-up for a Hubpages account
- Determine what link(s) you want to promote
- Use a keyword program, (like Google’s Keyword Tool), to find the keywords you want to use in your content.
- Use the Hubpages search box to look for “Hubs” with your intended keywords. This will tell you: if your keywords are already saturated on Hubpages, and it will show you some examples of hubs that others have created for your keywords, which can also give you ideas for your layout.
- Determine how you will present your content: straight product review, content article related to product, or content article related to product category
- Plan the content and flow of your article: points you want to make, links you want to use, and a conclusion with a summation and call to action.
- Create and publish your content Hub.
- Remember it is vital to the success of your hub, and thereby the strength of your back-link, that your content provides value along with your links. Keyword and link-stuffed content won’t be successful and could even be penalized as overly-promotional.
- Content should be a minimum of 400+ words, and at least include a picture or two.
- You will need to promote your Hub just like you are promoting your other activities. The more traffic your Hub gets, the more value your back-link has.
Tips for creating quality strong affiliate
- You should finish your content with a “Comment” module, this allows readers to add input, which refreshes your content for the search engines.
- After the Comment module, add an RSS news feed module for your content topic, this will guarantee that your Hub will always look freshly updated when the search engines crawl it again, and since it’s at the bottom it probably won’t distract your readers from your links.
- After the RSS feed module add another links module with 8-10 links related to your topic. Just do a Google search and put in some of the results. This will give you additional link-weight by adding related content and keywords, but because it is in a links module, AND at the very bottom where no one but the search engines will probably see it, it will not distract your readers from the links in your article that you DO want them to see and click on. BUT – THE LINKS MUST BE RELEVENT TO YOUR TOPIC. Sorry about shouting but that’s an important point.
Sample Hubpages articles
- Product Landing-page
- Product category Blog that has links to landing-page
- more information articles that also include 1 & 2 above, creating a circle of self-referring links
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