Getting link juice to blogs, squidoo, hubpages, ect

by Neil S 7 replies
Right now the biggest issue I am having is almost all of my traffic to my main site is coming from article marketing. I have set up blogs, squidoo, and hubpages linking to my main site but none of them are really driving much traffic.

So my question is should I be doing these link mass submitting these pages to directories and buying one way links? I social bookmark them and post often but still they are not ranking well in the search engines. How do you get your blog some link juice?
#main internet marketing discussion forum #blogs #ect #hubpages #juice #link #squidoo
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  • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
    Automate the redundant tasks by outsourcing. Focus on creating quality content and then post it all over.

    Results detection... Whats your hubscore? What's the difference between your hub and a hub that has a much higher score? See the best hubs and then create your own using the same template.

    And anything worth doing is worth doing bad until you learn how to do it well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Neil S
      Originally Posted by lakshaybehl View Post

      Automate the redundant tasks by outsourcing. Focus on creating quality content and then post it all over.

      Results detection... Whats your hubscore? What's the difference between your hub and a hub that has a much higher score? See the best hubs and then create your own using the same template.

      And anything worth doing is worth doing bad until you learn how to do it well.
      Thanks for repsonding.

      But I was hoping to hear actual tactics I can use right now get my 2nd tier sites more traffic. For example what are some things that you do? Do you submit your pages to a bunch of directories? Are you bookmarking new posts everyday? Are you writing articles specifically for these 2nd tier sites?

      Right now basically on my blogs I will clipmark a few tidbits around the net I find interesting and then add my spin with an anchor text link to my post. I will then ping that post around the net. And then once a week I will social bookmark a page on my blog.

      Thus far this isn't getting me much. I am trying to figure out where I am going wrong.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dan Grossman
        But I was hoping to hear actual tactics I can use right now get my 2nd tier sites more traffic. For example what are some things that you do? Do you submit your pages to a bunch of directories? Are you bookmarking new posts everyday? Are you writing articles specifically for these 2nd tier sites?
        Produce quality content and useful services, post in a few forums to get a few people over, then they spread themselves through word of mouth until search engines start sending traffic...

        Trying to get links to sites purely built for marketing isn't for me.
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        • Profile picture of the author shrinagesh
          Hi Neil,

          Wondering if you are optimizing your posts for the best keyword research.

          You can use google adwords keyword tool [url]https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal[url] to see the people are searching for and include them in your posts & post titles.

          This makes for the bots to spot your blog/lense/hubpage for the specific keyword.
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  • There's a WSO right now (not mine) that tells you just how to do this. It's a great deal for only $5.

    You can find it here.

    Originally Posted by Neil S View Post

    Right now the biggest issue I am having is almost all of my traffic to my main site is coming from article marketing. I have set up blogs, squidoo, and hubpages linking to my main site but none of them are really driving much traffic.

    So my question is should I be doing these link mass submitting these pages to directories and buying one way links? I social bookmark them and post often but still they are not ranking well in the search engines. How do you get your blog some link juice?
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    • Profile picture of the author Neil S
      Originally Posted by Angela V. Edwards View Post

      There's a WSO right now (not mine) that tells you just how to do this. It's a great deal for only $5.

      You can find it here.
      Thanks for the heads up Angela, I just picked up a copy.
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