I am newbie here, I post unique article on hub pages about 200 to 300 words each. And add link of my blog url on bottom of my article, But my hub color went red. I am worry about it. Hub pages allow us to leave our blog url link or not. I need your suggestion and help, Because i want to increase some traffic on my blog as well.
Looked at your hubs. You won't be getting traffic until you raise your standards. So your question is irrelevant.
If your blog is relevant to the topic of your Hub, then it's permitted. If it is not relevant, then it's not permitted.
However, HubPages is not a blogging site and 200 or 300 words is FAR too short for a Hub. Your Hubs need to be 800 to 1500 words long, in fluent English with no grammar or spelling mistakes.
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