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Yes, but you have to be very careful. You can only link if it is directly related to the content of the hub and is not over-promotional. This means that the hub has to be able to stand on its own and the link is only there to help the reader, not there for you to get more traffic.
I took a look at your tomato tower hub. You have a link to a hub that doesn't look like anything to do with food - that is over-promotional. (YOUR Life in YOUR Hands
A new blog dedicated to self help, to developing self awareness and personal growth). The other one is about food, but not about tomatoes. That one is iffy.
I would only link if your blog is directly related to the topic of the hub. For instance, on some of my food and recipe hubs I will include, at the end, a link to my food blog. But I don't link to that blog on my art pages or entertainment reviews.
A totally unrelated blog link isn't likely to generate any traffic anyway, right?
Ann, this advice makes sense from an SEO perspective. Relevant links=good. Irrelevant links=bad. Doesn't really help your article or blog.
by Denny Lyon9 years ago
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by 02SmithA9 years ago
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by Liam Hallam6 years ago
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by Cindy Lawson7 years ago
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by Kate Swanson6 years ago
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by Whitney9 years ago
Ok, I'm not sure if the title makes much sense. But, anyway...I'm curious if you guys post links to hubs that you found interesting on your blogs?I know that I do, but do you?Maybe if hubbers were aware that other...
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