I have another article that 'ties' in with one of my hubpages articles, can I or should I link...
them to each other? This other article is on a different website that I write on.
Yes you should any back linking will help increase your traffic here i am sure.
I agree with sofs. You should link to your another related article which will increase your back link juice.
The traffic can be 2 way. Just be certain to use the keyword you are SEO'ing for in your text link.
This will help ensure the search spiders know what your article is about.
If the 2 pages are for the same keyword or very similar keyword even better.
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Once you have done this you should Tweet it as well This is why.
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Happy hubbing and keep up the good work.
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