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Posted 23 August 2010 - 05:08 PM
And I'm assuming something like the Squiddo pages is much the same story?
Posted 24 August 2010 - 06:06 AM
If all you are after is the links, just put the pages directly on your site and promote it there. That way your site/page gets first hand value from the link.
IF the "article" is to promote YOU as being an authority on a particular topic/subject, then put it wherever people interested in that topic are likely to read.
Posted 24 August 2010 - 05:58 PM
So from a strictly ranking standpoint (not factoring in someone linking to the hubpage that I wrote), it's no more helpful to place an article on hubpages than it is on someone else's blog/site in my industry?
Posted 25 August 2010 - 03:15 AM
Why dilute your content and efforts when your site needs the effort and content more than any spider baiting spam trap ever could!
Posted 25 August 2010 - 06:05 AM
Why does it have to link to your "home page"?
If the "article" is promoting a service you provide it should link to a page on your site where you can go into more depth.
If it is promoting a product it should link to the product page.
If it is promoting YOU link to a "biog" page on your site.
A good way of using "articles", "social media" etc etc, as a site promotional tool is to publish "teasers" for full articles on your site, that way, interested readers have to visit your site to read the article.
Posted 19 September 2010 - 02:00 AM
because the spam brings Google money, Google itself is responsible for major part of the web-spam and junk content, They could have set a bit higher higher inclusion criteria for sites in Adsense program but they chose to allow all the MFAs and autoblogs and RSS syndicated sites and what not hence making the web an ugly place of same copy/paste stuff everywhere
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