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Is it okay to write a hub predominantly with links to your own hubs?


I mean as a sort of guide to a set of articles, such as 'my book reviews' or my 'technology advice articles'? Obviously would need to have a line or two for each so the hub didn't flagged as sub-standard, but just wondered whether this sort of thing is frowned on or not?

 

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    Marisa Wright 5 years ago

    I'm surprised to hear that, since I have a few Hubs like that - and HubPages' official Capston program used to allow it. The important thing is that each link must have a unique description of a reasonable length - maybe that was your problem?


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