YES, I did a search on this and came up with a bunch of weird stuff.
So I'm doing a series of articles. I know we can link one hub to another, but can I link, say article 2-5 in article #1? I don't want to get banished for linking too many, but it is a series.
Not only can you do this, but it has also brought me a great deal of success. Here is a good example of where internal linking has worked well for me http://hubpages.com/hub/Peter-Sutcliffe
If you bring in organic traffic, then it can only be beneficial to try and keep them on your pages.
I'm sure there is no problem with this. I either link to related articles by embedding links within text capsules, by including a dedicated links capsule or by using the RSS feed for the subject.
Hubpages restricts commercial external links two 2 or you get penalised but internal links are not restricted in any way.
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