I have seen some other hubbers complain about it. The Related link seems not to be related at all to the subject of the hub related to it. Furthermore, there seems to be no way of the author controlling what should be featured in the "Related" and what shouldn't. I think adding this feature (of letting the author choose what should be related and what not) to hubpages would greatly improve the site.
It has been an issue for a long time. One thing to check is that you've put your Hub in the best possible category. Sometimes I see people complaining about this, but when I look at their Hub, they've put it in the wrong category.
by MaryRae7 years ago
Is it okay to contact members who made similar hubs to those I've written to ask if they'd be interested in a link exchange?
by S Bollinger7 years ago
I have a hubpage that I need to put a affiliates link on so that visitors will be able to go directly to the site where this offer can be purchased from. I am not sure how to go about doing this yet. Can someone please...
by Eugene Brennan4 months ago
I've had links to my own related hubs snipped on several occasions (mostly blatant lists at the end of a hub), but some links have been left in place after several snips. So is it acceptable to include a link to a hub...
by dablufox6 years ago
What are your thoughts on the new affiliate link affiliate link blanket rule? Do you think it will reduce the tsunami of spam hubs that spammer hubbers are publishing or will it make no difference at all?Personally I...
by Barbara19 months ago
I've been trying for months to get my Pnterest traffic back to my hub pages. I just found out that my Pinterest pages go to a hubpage on Pinterest that is totally unorganized, they would never find my stuff! WHY aren't...
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
Someone recently stated that there are limits to how much you can link to your own hubs. Does anybody know the limitations?
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