Can you use any webpage on the whole internet to link to, or do we need permission.
You don't need permission to link to someone's web page - in fact most people appreciate it.
When someone likes a site and links to it, without the website owner asking them to, it's called an organic backlink. Organic high quality backlinks are often hard to come by and can help a small site dramatically.
Link away, as long as you don't go against any Hubpages rules (such as more than two outgoing links to one domain OR external affiliate links.)
by Angelique Newman5 years ago
I'm currently writing a hub and would like to link it to a few other hubs that pertain to my article. Do I need permission from the author?Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
by Deborah Neyens3 years ago
In reviewing my traffic sources recently, I noticed that I was getting traffic from a site called traffup.com, which I had never heard of before. I went to the site and signed up for it to see what it was all...
by Gone Fishin Club5 years ago
I have some images I got from online newspapers and other sources, they are not what I consider in public domain, if I tell where I got the pictures from is that permissable to use on a hub page? ...
by Manthram3 years ago
Back-links are the main aspect of off-page SEO. There are several ways to get back-links. Social media, like posting your hubs to Facebook and Twitter, forum posting, and blog commenting are the most common. Just stay...
by Dorsi Diaz4 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Brie Hoffman5 years ago
I just did and found a bunch of places that have my articles...they all give me credit but I never knew that they existed before. Are these considered backlinks?
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