2 of my hubs are showing broken links.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-Can-Blog-Ca … ur-Website
http://hubpages.com/hub/What-Is-Group-M … ch-Out-For
However, I have checked the link highlighted in yellow (which is basically a link to another hub of mine) - http://hubpages.com/hub/Social-Networki … l-Networks
and it seems to work fine! I don't understand why it says that it's a broken link. Need some help on this. Thanks!
It could possibly be that you have too many links. I believe we are only allowed 2 outgoing links per hub.
Go to my account, click on broken links and test links if the link is good the warning will go away if not it will set it right ..hope that helps
Things are much easier now
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