I just created my first hub, but it won't publish because it says it doesn't have enough content for outbound links. I have seen other hubs with much less content than mine. Thanks,firefox6
They may have had much less content but it would depend on how many links and how many times a particular domain has been linked to.
You can't link to the same domain more than twice.
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