Is it OK to include a link to my blog written on another site on a Hub????? Thanks.
It depends. If your blog is on a similar subject to your hub, then it's generally not a problem to link it, bearing in mind rules about 'overly promotional' content. If your blog isn't related to your hub, you may be asked to remove the link before your hub is featured. There's more information on what is and isn't acceptable here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Mode … romotional
Looks like Paul answered your question very well...like any link, if it pertains to your hub or information in you hub it's ok.
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