by Filip Stojkovski 18 months ago
I have a personal blog, and I was wondering if it's a good idea to write a post where I add reference links to my hubpages articles? Is it a good SEO practice or a bad idea? thanks
by Preethi Anusha 6 years ago
Can I delete a hub and add it to my own blog ?I wish to initially set up few interlinked hubs and then later move the content to my website. Is it possible and safe ? How good and how bad is that ?
by Claudia Mitchell 4 years ago
I am writing a hub and would like to link to a post on my blog. When I add the URL it asks if this is a affiliate link, paid link or untrusted link. Not sure exactly what an affiliate or paid link is. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
by Jamie Jensen 6 years ago
How do I add a New Wordpress Blog to my current Host Server?I am having a bit of trouble and don't even know who to call... I don't think godaddy can help... Ideas?
by Carrie Terry 6 years ago
How do I add banners to my blog so I can advertise business on it?I can not for the life of me fiure out how to add a banner to my blog. I just signed up with bloggertise and can not figure out how to do it. will someone please help this simple minded mom so she can make money and it is...
by Pamela N Red 6 years ago
Do comments add to the word count of an online article or blog?I've seen some articles that aren't very long but have many comments that add up to a high word count. I just wondered if the search engines count this as word count for the page.
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