Are we not allowed to put one link to a blog we have at some other site in our profile? I thought we could do this, but I now notice that my links are dead.
You can put one link onto a blog or website but if you do too many they will lead people out of and away from Hub Pages, and the idea here (usually) is to bring traffic from them into your hubs.
There might be another reason your links are dead. Re-edit them to see are they right. Are the destination links still active or expired. They might be just broken links, easy to fix if so.
Your link to "LifeatDrToms' in your profile works just fine.
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