I was wondering, it may be a good idea for hubbers who used to write for Ehow, may want to remove any links you have in your hubs. They may negatively affect Google ranking because of inferior links.
Because eHow is being hit as an inferior article farm by Google.
http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/02/2 … ity-sites/
Should we not be concerning about article we have linking back to eHow?
I am going through all my hubs and adding links to google in them.
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