I wonder how you could lnk certain words to any of your hubs when answering a QUESTION.
you can't. You can choose to answer the question by making a hub about it which will put a link to your hub in the answer section of the question or, if you've already written a hub about it, just tell the asker that you have written a hub about it already that they may want to check out. You can copy/paste a link to the hub in the answer section but not link a word as you can in a hub. I wouldn't link to more than one hub and I wouldn't link to anything that isn't relevant to the question being asked.
Just want to be clear on this>>> Are you saying if you have already written a Hub on the subject that was asked, you MAY place a link to that Hub?? I read a lot of questions that I have written a Hub on the same identical subject, but I didn't think a link was permitted.
As long as it is relevant to the question and you are linking to the hub itself. I wouldn't do it all the time, though.
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