I do not want to break any rules about linking.
I have written a "main" hub and am generating "sidebar" hubs. I want to link each sidebar hub back to the main hub and l link to the sidebar hubs from the main hub. Does this break any rules?
Does this break any rules?
To my best knowledge it doesn't. Linking your hubs together like that makes navigation easier. It's in the practice of many good hubbers.
You can also create groups and assign hubs to them, which will generate pagers below these hubs.
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