I have a little question.
I teach German and I create interactive resources (hangman, crosswords, etc.) for my students at sites like studystack.com.
If I understand correctly, linking over and over again from my Hubs to studystack.com will hurt my Hubscore.
This will be the case, even if I have created new resources at Study Stack and am not linking repeatedly to the same resource.
It's the domain name that counts.
Or have I missed or misread something?
(Sorry if I missed something in the FAQ.)
Thanks for any insight you can provide.
Thank you, Relache.
That's a pity, but it's good to know how the community works.
Guess I am doomed. ;-)
P.S. I really enjoyed this Hub you wrote - http://hubpages.com/hub/salmon-recipes .
Hmmm... What if I post the link without making it clickable?
With instructions to copy/paste the link into the address bar?
That would be okay, would it not?
I think I read so long as the majority of your hubs don't link to one site you are o'k.
Then I might be in trouble, I guess!
My students really enjoy these resources and I can;t see not lining to them.
I am sure there is a reason for this (there always is), but it seems to be legitimate in my case, to link to a few site over and over again.
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