I am a begginner on hub page i have published a hub but i don't know how to link it my website.kindly guide me in this respect
If your hub is related to your website use a keyword to link from your article. On the edit mode highlight the word and and click on the chain symbol for linking and enter the website address.
If not use a link capsule and add your web address.. Only related links are appreciated by Hubpages. Never have more than two links to the same site in one hub.... repeated links to your website.
Add your webaddress to your profile page.
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