I link to 3-4 of my other, related hubs on almost everyone I publish. Since there are all to the "same domain" does this hurt my score?
I link to my other, related hubs from my hubs and have never noticed it having a negative impact on my hubber score.
Till the date, I haven’t linked any of my hub. So will not be able to say exactly does it matter to hubber score. But hopefully it will not have any negative impact as you are linking them from hub pages only.
as said by a previous commenter, linking to other hubs, providing there not over the acceptable limit, won't affect your hubscore.
However excessive links will. Especially if they're overly promotional. Linking to attribute a picture or other content will lower the hubscore and count as an outbound link. All in all, there shouldn't be more then 2 quality links in your hubs if your expecting them to have a high hubscore.
If you link to your your profile, not an individual hub, not only will they find the hub you want them to see, they may also find more hubs of interest. Not only that, you are building up your profile status with quality backlinks.
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by JohnKrantz7 years ago
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