I've made external links to other web pages that will explain peripheral issues that aren't covered in my Hub to help readers go more in depth into the subject.
Here's the question:
I've used anchor links in the hub text plus link capsules at the end of the Hub. Is that too much linking?
I've looked at your hubs and the linking seems fine to me. You get in trouble when your links have an affiliate code on them which yours do not.
I have taken a quick look also and all seems fine as long as you do not duplicate a link more than twice in any one hub all is good.
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