No definitly not - in fact probably the opposite - the requirement for a flagship hub (paid) is 10 external links to authorative sites.
However if you mean links to your own sites than you can have no more than 2 "self serving" links to the same domain and the content of the hub with the links must be original
I'm new here and I haven't really had a good look through the forums yet so please forgive me for not searching for the answer, but Lissie mentioned flagship hubs. Where do I get information on that, and how do you know if a hub is good or not?
It doesnt you have to be approved first , sign the contract and then get the topic assigned to you
There is also a newer program called the capstone hubs - search the forums for that announcement
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