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I have created a Squidoo Lens Linked to my main site for SEO purposes.

What seo strategies do i need to apply to this lens to help it rank my main site?

Should i be bookmarking it? Build Blog Comments to it etc?

thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author nicnac03
    Squidoo is nofollow so it won't provide link juice with Google. You can build it up and get direct traffic from the lens to your page.
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    • Profile picture of the author MrWonton
      Originally Posted by nicnac03 View Post

      Squidoo is nofollow
      No it isn't.
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      • Profile picture of the author warriorspirit786
        Thanks for everyones input but i still have this question?

        Should i be building backlinks to my Squidoo Lens which has unique content?

        What kind of Backlinks should i be building to it?

        thanks
        T
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        • Profile picture of the author Targeted Traffic
          If you are working on building strong backlinks to your Squidoo lens then you can start by helping yourself. If you are doing article marketing in order to get traffic to your lens, then make sure that you link your article to your lens the right way.

          Your link should contain your keywords to show Google that it's a relevant backlink to your Squidoo lens. For example, if I write something along the lines of "to view more click here" and link the click here, Google wont know what the link is about. If I write something like "to view more on Squidoo and Backlinks click here" and I make the 'Squidoo and Backlinks click here' a link, Google is going to know exactly what the link is for as it has my keywords in it.

          If you create five or six article that are pointing to your Squidoo lens don't use the same text to link to them over and over again, use different keywords to show Google that you have different people seeing different things.

          Once you have your articles pointing to your Squidoo lens creating some quality backlinks you should consider creating a blog on the subject too. A blog is very search engine friendly and you can create links to your Squidoo lens and articles from their. You can send your traffic to both your lens and articles which will push your ranks up on all of them.

          So long as you are creating quality, unique content on each one of these, you can quickly start to build up traffic, backlinks that are worth something and rank with the search engines.

          Goodluck
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  • Profile picture of the author warriorspirit786
    Ok thanks for your reply.
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  • Nofollow doesn't mean that Google doesn't crawl or index it. And while Google wants you to believe that they do not use nofollow... they in fact do.

    I have proof of this when I misspelled some anchor text and the ONLY links that had this misspelling were nofollow.

    And the page ranked for that misspelling.

    Now I suppose you could say that it ranked because of the misspelling and no competition, but if that were the sole case then why wouldn't they have automatically filtered the results based on the nofollow?

    Google doesn't always come clean on what they really do.

    Do I believe there is benefit to nofollow... sure do. Do I believe in general that the nofollow links do not ad much SEO value... yes I do. But I do not believe that Google ignores them entirely... no I do not. I just believe they place very little value on them, which is what seems to be the case. So they are not completely useless for SEO, but I wouldn't spend a lot of time on them.

    Google seems to reward diversity and clearly they can set their filters to anything they want. What do you tell them if all your links are as certain kind of link or perhaps even if all your links were only dofollow?

    The Squidoo/Hubpages whatever 3rd party SEO question gets asked over and over and over.

    So if one were to take advantage of the SEARCH features of the forum it's likely they would find many tips and opinions on this matter.

    I just set my blog/site to dofollow with comment luv to do some testing on my own. The problem is I get so few relevant links commenting on the articles in an intelligent fashion that I'm sure it's going to take a while.
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  • Profile picture of the author ziidoctor
    nofollow is not as bad as you think it is better to mix dofollow and nofollow backlinks for natural link strartegy
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  • Profile picture of the author Fallen_Angel
    Nofollow is better in some cases than do follow. I will use an example of a yahoo answer link. It is no follow but gets indexed immediately. It is pr8 and they show up in google serps. a Yahoo answer best answer link is like a social bookmark on steroids.
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    • Profile picture of the author arnie19
      Originally Posted by Fallen_Angel View Post

      Nofollow is better in some cases than do follow. I will use an example of a yahoo answer link. It is no follow but gets indexed immediately. It is pr8 and they show up in google serps. a Yahoo answer best answer link is like a social bookmark on steroids.
      I think you got it wrong.. Of course there are many backlinks pointing to yahoo answer so it will surely have a high pagerank. However, the link that yahoo answer points after will be the one who will be affected by the nofollow, and not yahoo answer itself.
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  • Profile picture of the author shunks
    Squidoo and Hubpages can be both powerful nodes pointing to your money site, as they have unique and niche related content on it.

    At least i hope that yours have.
    Web 2.0 properties like this are links i definitely don't want to miss in every backlink profile.
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  • Profile picture of the author arnoldsmithh
    Squidoo is very good for SEO and also gives you backlink for your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author learnrope
    Squidoo Lenses are do follow in the text area, some times takes up to a day though.

    RSS feeds are no follow though.
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  • Profile picture of the author dailyseo
    ranking your squidoo page in search engines
    or write good articles in squidoo and get good ranking in squidoo to get quality visitors from squidoo
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  • Profile picture of the author WakondaMarketing
    I think Squidoo is a do-follow site. I'm not quite sure if it has changed coz I haven't used it for quite some time. It used to provide me with powerful link juice that I actually benefited from.
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  • Profile picture of the author indojobsearch
    Based on my experience ...Squidoo backlink is very valuable and it could raise your site'rank in search engine search result..To maximize the backlink you have to build backlinks to your lenses..You can bookmark them or do blog commenting or other link building strategies..
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  • Profile picture of the author aucharters
    Squidoo is nofollow, but it helps to get traffic in SEO....
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    • Profile picture of the author MrWonton
      Originally Posted by aucharters View Post

      Squidoo is nofollow, but it helps to get traffic in SEO....
      NO IT'S NOT. Could people stop spreading this false info?!

      I've got several of my squidoo lenses open now. All the links to my websites are dofollow.
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  • Profile picture of the author William2010
    I agree with MRWonton, all the links from my lenses as well are dofollow.
    Of course it may be, that your lens is not featured, then Squidoo will not include your lens in searches.. but even so.. i still think your links would be dofollow
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    • Profile picture of the author Landoy
      All links you put in your Text Modules will become a DO-FOLLOW link. It may take a day or two. But it allways end up as a DO-FOLLOW.

      Im Level 40 in Squidoo, so not to brag, but I know it is a DO-FOLLOW

      End of Story: DO-FOLLOW
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  • Profile picture of the author warriorspirit786
    Thanks for all replies.

    I am also outsourcing Wikipages,tumblr, etc.

    Should i also build backlinks to these to benefit my main site?

    Im not really interested in ranking these Web 2.0 properties as i want all the linkjuice for the main site.
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  • Profile picture of the author IsGabeW
    Squidoo and other 'Web 2.0' websites should be part of an overall strategy. You would not only build links from this one website. It would be part of a strategy to build follow/no follow articles, videos, blog posts & more content.
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  • Profile picture of the author ukcarl
    Squidoo is DO FOLLOW why is everyone under the impression its NO FOLLOW.

    Try adding this add on for firefox. I have no affiliation to it just use it myself it shows you on any page what links are do/no follow

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...on/nodofollow/
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  • Profile picture of the author bloomingrose
    It seems to me that the question here is: we all know that the main goal is to be building links and traffic to a main site - not a squidoo lens. Yet if we just publish the squidoo lens and keep it out in the lonesome no one will see it. What is a reasonable (minimum) plan for building traffic to a squidoo lens that is pointing to your money site?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mitja Drame
    Squidoo is a powerful site for off-page SEO. Lenses get PR very soon, because of interlinking on Squidoo.



    I normally build backlinks to Squidoo lenses, but just a few. I submit my lenses to Squidoo Directories, social bookmarking sites (great for indexing your lens fast) and to some sites that approve Squidoo lenses.



    Almost all of my lenses are on the first page of Google. You don't need to do a lot to rank your lenses high, because Squidoo is a huge authority site and Google loves it.



    Backlinks from a lens are do-follow. You just need to wait that your lens becomes live (approved by Squidoo). I checked this today with add-on for Firefox, and links are do-follow!


    I have around 12k traffic each week on my lenses (I have more than 100 lenses).



    Don't forget that no-follow links are important, too for rankings, because when you build that kind of backlinks, Google sees that as a natural backlink building. It's not wise to have just do-follow links. That's unnatural.



    Use right anchor text (keywords) for your backlinks pointing back to your main site. Build backlinks to your tier 1 backlinks (Squidoo, Hubpages, ...).
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    • Profile picture of the author bloomingrose
      [QUOTE=Mitja Drame;4857664]Squidoo is a powerful site for off-page SEO. Lenses get PR very soon, because of interlinking on Squidoo.



      I normally build backlinks to Squidoo lenses, but just a few. I submit my lenses to Squidoo Directories, social bookmarking sites (great for indexing your lens fast) and to some sites that approve Squidoo lenses.



      Almost all of my lenses are on the first page of Google. You don't need to do a lot to rank your lenses high, because Squidoo is a huge authority site and Google loves it. "

      What are the Squidoo directories, and the sites that approve squidoo lenses?
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      • Profile picture of the author Mitja Drame
        Originally Posted by bloomingrose View Post

        What are the Squidoo directories, and the sites that approve squidoo lenses?
        Lenslike, Lensroll, Squidlines, Squidom, Squidoos, SquidUp. Type this into Google search and you'll find this sites. I don't want to spam with links.

        You can also create some free blogs (WordPress, Blogger, LiveJournal, Xanga, Posterous, ... ) and write short description about a particular lens and include a link back to your lens with anchor text.

        You can also build back links on HubPage, Amplify, Wizzley, Best-reviewer, SquidU forum, RedGage, Tumblr, IMFaceplate, WebNuggetz.

        I hope that helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author Amit Ranaat
    Though Squidoo is a great web 2.0 property and is Google Friendly also but from last 1 month Squidoo has changed and only few lens are published green i do not know the real reason yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author warriorspirit786
    Thanks for everyones input again.
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    My objective is to rank my main site higher in google page by leveraging link juice from a Squidoo lens and not to rank my Squidoo Lens.

    How many and what type of links should i hit my Squidoo Lens with?
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  • Profile picture of the author refinancepro
    Just adding my two cents, I actually have received decent backlinks from Squidoo and notice some are dofollow. Not to mention that it is simple to post on Squidoo so it doesn't take much time to build the links. Its a win/win in my book.
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  • Profile picture of the author amyaselia
    Squidoo backlinks can be valuable if they provide good content...
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  • Profile picture of the author alanross
    Squidoo is amazing, its free web 2.0, which google loves, but you have to get it all right.

    95% of people do not use squidoo correctly, and their sites fail to get ranked.
    See the link in my signature for squidoo lens creation, and see how to make google love them.
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    • Profile picture of the author VinnyBock
      Some one mentioned this but I was to lazy to go back up and quote them..

      "Squidoo and like web 2.0's are great when their part of an over all strategy"
      [edit]---> I went and checked quote - IsGabeW <---[edit]

      Web 2.0 properties are great for direct links, then you build the bulk of your backlinks to the web 2.0 properties which point to your money site.

      Its a very effective Pyramid strategy...
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  • Profile picture of the author ChartTraderZ
    I heard they tend to ban affiliate that use it, so use carefully ..

    In micro-niches it can work very well, try it on Amazon products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Internet Lawyer
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    They are not as affiliate friendly as they used to because of the hit they took in a previous Google Panda update. However, play your cards right and you will benefit from squidoo, hubpages, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author CarmenDA
    Squidoo is great. Remember to promote your lenses just as you promote your site and individual pages and posts. So anytime you go on a backlinking spree don't forget those lenses.

    And Hubpages has also brought me a ton of traffic too.

    Squidoo is great. OOps didn't I already say that ?
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  • Profile picture of the author warnerr
    Yes you should Bookmarking for your squidoo page URL and it's gives no follow links but it's useful because squidoo can gives you good traffic and helps to promote your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author seoxcell
    Squidoo lens creation is an online marketing tool. It helps in promoting business and is the best platform for online advertising and marketing. This method uses many tools and techniques to improve your company's presence on the internet.
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  • Profile picture of the author grexley
    Squidoo pages are dofollow if they have a high enough "lens rank", they are no follow if they don't.

    Like its already been said, you shouldn't pay attention to nofollow. Its not natural to have only dofollow links, and google clearly is following nofollow links.

    Squidoo is good for SEO. I've got a lens with a page rank of 3 with no links from external sites, only from squiddo. Took me about 15 minutes to build it.

    But squidoo is only one part of the puzzle. Keep your links diverse.
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  • Profile picture of the author kislany
    Squidoo is dofollow. The only thing nofollow are the comments WHEN the approval is automatic. However if the comments need to be approved first, they are also dofollow. I haven't seen a nofollow Squidoo lens in ages, even the links in WIP lenses are dofollow if my memory serves me well.
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  • Profile picture of the author bloomingrose
    I think no one has mentioned that you can make money from Squidoo itself, both through affiliate links and adsense share. Some people make some nice money that way - I wouldn't mind being one of them!
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    It would be a nice idea to social bookmart it, and social network it to the likes of Facebook and Twitter, but Squidoo has been very strict in deleting lenses it felt were not up to scratch
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  • Profile picture of the author Dentist
    That's funny how people give false information with confidence. Squidoo is do-follow but not every link in it. If you have a Squidoo lense and use contextual links back to your website they are do-follow which are very useful. When it comes to comments on lenses, the lensemaster's name is do-follow which give authority to the lensemasters' profiles that comment but links in the comment are no-follow so not much benefit for your website if you just comment on lenses from other people. To benefit from Squidoo you should develop original lenses with contextual links back to your website and then have backlinks for those lenses as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author iklanmobil
    I wanna share my experience..I create lenses at squidoo to my site's backlink..Then i build backlinks to the lenses..But then what..? The lenses ranks higher than my sites..what do you think guys..? What Can I do to make my site rank higher than my lenses..?
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  • Profile picture of the author CanadaSEO
    Squidoo is actually a backlink goldmine. I've been using it for years. I also got some generous commision thru Squidoo. Not that much but it generates sales compared to my adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author TEK
    Can't stay quiet listening so many wrong theories about Squidoo. I have been using it for SEO reasons (not making money from lenses, but for building authority on my money sites).

    If you are in making money with Squidoo, listen what Mitja Drame (up) said. He makes real money with Squidoo, but beware, promoting lenses can be very time consuming and most of mentioned methods give pretty poor results. Most important step is first one: keyword research.

    If you are on Squidoo for SEO, follow the rules and common sense. It is a community, if you want just taking and not giving, you will be out in no time. Believe me, I reached level 80 in 6 months.

    About no-follow: Squidoo has modules with default do-, no-follow tags and do- or no-follow tags. But all links are worthless if lens is in poor condition (you need good ranking in SE, PR > 0, even position of link counts...)

    All tier 1 lenses (2.000) has very powerful backlink background, so don't expect to make direct money in first two months. But if you play your cards right...

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  • Profile picture of the author Lucas Becker
    From what I can remember, Squidoo is nofollow only if your account there isn't a "proven" one - you have to first get some kind of proof that you are a regular poster and that you are providing value regularly, then your links will turn dofollow within your lenses.

    But even if it stayed nofollow, it wouldn't matter too much - everything indicates that the search engines in fact follow nofollow links, and it's only logical if you think about it - if you, for example, link "naturally" (not for SEO purposes, for example, you bookmark something you stumbled upon that interested you), you don't care whether the link is DF or NF - that's why I think the search engines follow even nofollow links.
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    • Profile picture of the author JammerJones
      Squidoo links are not nofollow...

      The idea with web 2.0s is to use them in higher volumes. Build up a network of them and market them with profile links, blog comments, social bookmarks, etc. You can get away with throwing these sorts of links at them because web 2.0s are established domains, if you were to throw these same links at a new reg your chances of penalty are much higher.

      If done right, web 2.0s can be very powerful but creating 1 lens for 1 link at your money site isn't going to get you very far.
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    • Profile picture of the author SeoSarah
      Originally Posted by textbooks View Post

      Do proper seo on your page and build high PR links.
      How's that proper seo if you only build high PR backlinks? It appears in no way natural if a page has high PR backlinks only.
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      • Profile picture of the author JammerJones
        Originally Posted by SeoSarah View Post

        How's that proper seo if you only build high PR backlinks? It appears in no way natural if a page has high PR backlinks only.
        High PR links are certainly going to help you out, I see what you're saying about not looking natural per se, but it's not like you're going to get penalized or hurt your site cause your links are only of high PR - makes no sense. It's not a bad idea to focus on high quality, high PR links, and once you've built up a solid foundation, you can start balancing out your profile with some cheaper, lesser quality links.
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        • Profile picture of the author SeoSarah
          Originally Posted by JammerJones View Post

          High PR links are certainly going to help you out, I see what you're saying about not looking natural per se, but it's not like you're going to get penalized or hurt your site cause your links are only of high PR - makes no sense. It's not a bad idea to focus on high quality, high PR links, and once you've built up a solid foundation, you can start balancing out your profile with some cheaper, lesser quality links.
          A page which only has high PR backlinks won't pass a manual review for sure. You can say a manual review is not likely to be happen and I agree. But who knows? Why taking a risk, if it's so easy to avoid it by building some low quality links too?
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          • Profile picture of the author JammerJones
            Originally Posted by SeoSarah View Post

            A page which only has high PR backlinks won't pass a manual review for sure. You can say a manual review is not likely to be happen and I agree. But who knows? Why taking a risk, if it's so easy to avoid it by building some low quality links too?
            I couldn't disagree with you more... first of all, manual reviews aren't going to take a look at your entire link profile. What kind of high PR links are you talking about? There is absolutely nothing wrong with making quality comments on high PR blogs related to your niche and dropping your link in. How could that possibly be looked at as a bad thing? Even if the blog isn't relevant but still has high PR (4+) and you've left your link along with a useful comment, it's still going to be beneficial. High quality websites linking to high quality content is always a good idea, regardless of relevance.

            If you're talking about buying high quality links than maybe that will cause some issues but that's not because of the PR, it's because buying links is frowned upon. It just doesn't make sense to me that a website would be penalized because their link profile is too high of quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author cashcow
    Squidoo links in the text modules are do follow. Just view the page source of your (or any) lens to see for yourself.

    I think links in the comments might be no follow though so maybe that is why people are confused?

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  • Profile picture of the author cheapstuff
    This is a very good thread about Squidoo. The links are dofollow if placed properly. Also its a good source of traffic if you can manage to insert yourself into a community. The best thing you can do is to keep releasing lenses and make sure they get featured... HubPages is also a great source of traffic and do follow links if you rank high on it as well. I think you need an author rating of 80.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnneE
    Originally Posted by warriorspirit786 View Post

    I have created a Squidoo Lens Linked to my main site for SEO purposes.

    What seo strategies do i need to apply to this lens to help it rank my main site?

    Should i be bookmarking it? Build Blog Comments to it etc?

    thanks
    T
    Squidoo works best when you have more than one lens. Squidoo has built in internal linking where your lens shows your bio and a link to the other lenses you have created.

    But, aside from creating more lenses, other things that I do is to post in the Squidu.com forum, include at least one of my Squidoo lenses in my Warrior Forum signature (so that one is getting a good SEO boost). I submit the RSS feed from Squidoo lens to Feedage (just because I'm too lazy to do a bunch of RSS feeds) and then I'll usually find a couple other ways to get a link to the lens, either bookmark it myself, or purchase a Fiverr gig.

    Some Squidoo lenses I've created have done well right away, others, well I had one I promoted using Angela's backlinks for a couple months and yes, included in blog signatures, and it went nowhere.... then 6 months later it suddenly was high on Google's page 1 results.

    Other lenses I've done very little promotion and they've done well, I guess it just depends on the competition. But you need to offer good content so that people will stick around and read what you've written or watch the YouTube video. Create a page that entertains.
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  • Profile picture of the author OO
    I dabble in Hub and Squid pages for backlink value and precision anchor-text links to my money site. But I certainly don't build the pages to help THEM make money off my content. We're far better off optimizing our own sites and content FIRST.

    I've actually had a Squid or Hub page OUTRANK my own site which is NOT ideal. But at least it led to some indirect traffic until my own site gained enuff authority and PR to outrank the lens or hub I built.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrislangley
    I think bookmarking the Squidoo Lens is a good idea, it's what a lot of folks do with their Web 2.0 properties to boost their main site
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  • Profile picture of the author webworm
    Squiddo are very good on increasing traffic to your site.Also it helps on the ranking of your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author allacemallindias
    Accordingly hubpages and squidoo is use only for get visitors with both of them. It is very good for get visitors and page rank.The use of Squidoo is still pretty prevalent among online SEO experts. This is a simple and very effective way to bring in better quality backlinks to your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Juvv2096
    Squidoo can actually rank itself for keyword search terms! It is also a great property to use for back links to your own site. lots of people browse squidoo so it can be a good way to drive traffic.

    Another nice way to utilise it is to build back links to your squidoo page. this will act as a filter as your do follow links to your page will get the benefits too.
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  • Profile picture of the author shellarics
    Squidoo will bring traffic to your site if you build your lens properly on its content. I put anchor text on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author deyong
    u can put do follow backlink in squid lenses but before the lenses publish,i think squid admin will review it manually. so, dont put to much irrelevan link
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