I read the FAQ before I posted this, I just wanted some clarification.....
If I do a Hub on widgets, and have a blog on Blogger about widgets I can link to that right?
BUT, if I have a Hub about lizards and I link to my blog about lizards on Blogger, will Hubpages read that as linking to the same domain or different?
I guess what I mean is does Hubpages read it as a totally different link, or the same?
I've just totally avoided linking to my blogs because I don't want it to look like link bait.
So to sum it up, Would a link to widgets at widgets.blogspot and a link to lizards at lizards.blogspot be read the same because they are both blogspot? Or would Hubpages read that as totally different because they are actually different blogs?
I really hope that came out like I wanted it too....LOL
As each blog has a different URL, I don't think you'd have any trouble.
Having said that, I had Blogger blogs too and used to link to them - now I've switched it around, and my blogs link to HubPages (because HubPages is more profitable for me, so I'd rather send the traffic here).
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