Actually i own a blog and i want that the people who visit my blog must visit my hubs too .
Is there any way to do that like tool bar or icon or something like that which i can display on my blog and drive my blog`s traffic on my hubs ?
please if anybody can help me out . i wll be very thankful to you
If the blog site is as coordinated as HP, just copy/paste the URL or HTML anchor code (see "link to this page") at bottom of your hub page.
edit: I just saw pauldeeds post. Nevermind...
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