Sorry if this is a silly question, but I read the FAQ & am still unsure.
I know that my hubs aren't meant to contain more than 2 links to any one domain. But does that include hubpages.com, & mean that I can't link to more than two other hubs that I've made? If I have several related hubs, it might be useful for the reader if I can link between them in relevant places. And eventually, when I have lots of hubs, it might be useful to set up a kind of 'directory' hub with some info about all of them. Could I do that?
thanks : )
The two link limit does not apply to hubpages.com and yes, setting up a directory hub for a topic once you have a bunch of related hubs is a great idea. Many of us do it. Good luck!
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