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hi, i am a beginner and one question - how is the SEO-wise way to link hubs of a

  1. albc profile image60
    albcposted 7 years ago

    hi, i am a beginner and one question - how is the SEO-wise way to link hubs of a similar niche?

    if i have 10 hubs of a one niche, how to link them properly, I mean from SEO perspective? Thanks in advance.

  2. nicregi profile image76
    nicregiposted 7 years ago

    Hi there!

    I can't really explain in words as I am really not sure how to put it. However this is what I can advise.

    Firstly, use the link part properly and try put your best one at the top followed by the rest. Of course you don't put all into one many 5-6 links would do.

    make sure the rest of the hubs has different links too to ensure there is a flow instead of just promoting one hub only.

    Another thing you can look into is backlinks. This works really well and I think you should give it a try.

    I wrote this hub about backlink and I hope it works for you. If you really want to have a look at it, you could read it from my profile.

    Hope this helps!

  3. smcopywrite profile image24
    smcopywriteposted 7 years ago

    the best way to link your hubs is using the same keywords if you would like to link these. hub pages is a little bit different than most article writing sites.
    you can link these articles two wonderful ways that hub pages provides through building your hubs.

    use the "show links" in building your hub page. add a link from one hub to another. you can even link more than one hub.

    use the "add links" button after you have published. words are highlighted that you can link to other hubs. if you are using the same seo words, highlight these keywords yourself and your own articles should appear to allow you to link to your own articles

    one more way to "link: like articles together is to develop your own hub niches and have all of the same hubs categorized together.
    hope this helps.

 
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