I just published a new hub about cats. I clicked on 'suggest links' and not a single word within the hub was highlighted. Do you know what got highlighted as a 'suggestion'?? The date!! How ridiculous is that??? I would have thought the word "cat" would bring up any number of links, especially as I had just read someone else's hub about cats, and thought it would be a good link!
If you just published-- it might just take a while for the suggestions to kick into the indexing.
oh, ok... I thought they had come up almost at once on another occasion, but perhaps I was mistaken. Thank you.
Just had a quick look, I assume it is your recent cat poetry hub, which is only about 40 words, none of which match the tags on the hub..
I have noticed that a lot of the suggested links highlight the tags that you use.
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