I was told by staff not to use the link suggestion tool. I want to know if I should remove the links already created by this tool from my hubs.
I was told that using the tool will hurt my score.
My speculation is as follows:
All links one puts in their hubs must be relevant to those hubs. So if the link tool suggested a spam link, i.e.: a non-relevant link; then, yes, you should delete it.
by Tony6 years ago
I have used the "suggest links" option today on my latest two hubs and had a couple of problems, one potentialy quite serious!The first was I clicked on a suggested word which was highlighted and nothing...
by Steve Andrews4 years ago
I just tried using the Suggest Links tool and was dismayed to find that it not only cannot find a city like La Laguna or the town of La Orotava in Tenerife, although I have hubs about these places, it cannot even find...
by Randy Godwin4 years ago
I was attempting to update the links on a hub and was checking the previous links to be sure I didn't duplicate them in the same article. I was using the Suggest-a-Link tool at the time. The very first link...
by Simone Haruko Smith3 years ago
Top of the morning to you, gorgeous Hubbers!It is my pleasure this morning to announce the soon-to-come retirement of the Suggest Links Tool (that tool that you can activate at the top of your published Hubs, which...
by Brian Leekley3 years ago
If this is not the correct place to ask my questions, please let me know where to go on HubPages, or if I should send an email to the people running HubPages.A few months ago an expert hubber with lots of experience and...
by Terri Meredith5 years ago
When I click on the suggest links for new hubs, I get one or two words highlighted in the first paragraphs and that's it. I also can't highlight my own words or phrases to turn them into a link. I have a lot...
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