First of all, sorry is this has been answered before, but I've had a look through the forum and can't find what I'm after.
So when I create a hub and I use the linking tool when editing text, I get a list of my own hubs that i can link to. Why is it that some of them show up in blue whereas some are black. I have always wondered this, is linking to the black ones a bad idea? What is the difference between the two? Does anyone know?
I'll hazard a guess that it's to point out best suggestions as being 'related' to 'no relation' to the topic of the hub. No idea, just a guess and didn't notice color differences either. Maybe I should pay attention more
The thing is though those suggested links only show up if they are related. So I don't think that can be it. Still non the wiser so far.
Is one a clicked link, and one a non clicked link?
The links that you've clicked turned from blue to black.
by Jean Bakula5 years ago
I was just on my account page and some hubs are listed in purple. What does this mean? Thanks.
by LaMamaLoli7 years ago
Hello, I clicked on my RSS feed for the first time ever today, and the list of articles showing belong to someone else. The headline said LaMamaLolis Feed but none of my stuff- admittedly not much!- was under it. This...
by Tony7 years ago
I have used the "suggest links" option today on my latest two hubs and had a couple of problems, one potentialy quite serious!The first was I clicked on a suggested word which was highlighted and nothing...
by Write On!9 years ago
Hi All,Just curious if anyone has purchased or knows anything about the product "HubBlueprint"? Background, etc..I clicked on the adsense ad that was on someone else's profile and it looked...
by Falsor Wing8 years ago
I feel bound by my pride as a writer not to click it but it looks more tempting every time I scroll by to check my polls
by vespawoolf5 years ago
My sister told me yesterday that she tried to read several of my Hubs, but when she clicked on them all that came up was a large, banner-style Google ad at the top of the page. When I looked at my earnings today and saw...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.