This may be a really dumb question coming from someone who has been on here for so long, but are we allowed to post links to our own other, related, Hubs?
I've been posting links to other people's related Hubs in my Hubs, but what about also posting links to my own (provided they're related to the topic)?
You can, but I guess it's up to the other hubber as to whether they approve the comment containing a link to your hub.
Some may consider it a useful resource for their readers, others may consider it traffic leakage. Personally I'd rather be asked first.
If posting links to your own hubs from within your own hubs was not allowed I would have been beaten up by the HubPages Staff a long, long time ago.
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