What would be a good number in terms of frequency for highlighting own hubs on hub pages? Has anyone done this before and has it helped generate more traffic within the hub pages community?
Traffic within the Hub community is considered low quality compared to traffic from search engines, and with pretty tight spam guidelines, most people do not worry about promotion inside HubPages.
I am not sure what you mean by " highlighting own hubs on hub pages".
Do you mean in the forums or somewhere else?
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