I just noticed that the linking system is all out of whack and I haven't changed the links on these hubs so it's something internal.
this it what is does
http://hubpages.comhttp//hubpages.com/h … eofyourhub
For some reason it's adding in extra http// stuff and making the link worthless.
The links all worked before and were entered in correctly and I've noticed this on more than one hub.
Yes I reported this issue months back but I can't remember what happened. Thought they had fixed it.
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