White label guest posts are one of the most popular ways to advertise on Squidoo, Hub Pages
and other sites that allow webmasters to list their websites. This article discusses the basic
steps for white label guest posts to help make your efforts more successful.
Free Tools For White Label Guest Posts
When you sign up to host an account on Hub Pages, Squidoo or another similar site, you will
have access to a free tool that allows you to write and submit articles for free. You may want to
use this tool as it has been designed to help users with their SEO. To write a good white label
post, you will need to create a link to your blog from your profile page on the Hub Pages site. In
order to ensure that your posts are listed properly, you should ensure that your URL includes the
right anchor text that links back to your site.
Link back to your site
To add a link to your website on Hub Pages, you can either edit your page’s default URL or add
an anchor text on the bottom of the page to your site’s URL. Hub Pages allows you to use two
different formats to add a link. The first one is called the anchor text and the second one is called
the anchor text link. These anchor text links will only work when the page that you are linking to
is also listed in the search engine’s index.
How to add anchor text
To add an anchor text link on your Hub Pages guest post, you need to login to your Hub Pages
account and go to ‘Publish Now’ at the top of the page. Next, click on ‘Add Anchor Text’. In this
section, you should type in the relevant link code that is located on the hub page.
Once you are done adding the anchor text, your URL on Hub Pages should contain the anchor
text code. Your other link should be added by clicking on ‘Submit’. This URL will be placed on
every page that you post on your Hub Pages account.
If you want to add a white label link to Hub Pages, you will need to go to the ‘Add Anchor Code’
section and add the same code on your Hub Pages page that you used to add your site to Hub
Pages. This code will only work when you are using the Hub Pages search engine. The search
engine that your site is listed in should not be indexed and displayed on any of your web pages.
Once you have posted your blog to all three sites, you need to submit your articles to the Hub
Pages directories. Then, you can add a link on your page that contains the appropriate anchor
text to your site’s URL.
Direct traffic to your site
When people go to your blog and visit one of the hub pages that you have listed on your site,
they will find a link in your article that directs them to your site. Then they will see your site’s
URL. They can click on that link and be directed to your site.
You are now ready to make money with white label SEO by submitting your articles and hub
pages to the search engine directories that the Hub Pages directories show on your site. After
publishing your articles to all of the sites, you can then post your links on your blog. in the same
way that you do with all of your other links.
Your hub pages and blog will not be counted when you are creating backlinks for your guest
post. but the search engines will, so when you are writing good quality articles and posting your
posts, this should increase your chances of getting your web site listed in the search engines.