is it appropriate to submit a link to a hub community about new hubs related to the topic?
if so, how? only thing i could see was 'create a new hub" and mine is already published - it's about touring Gallipoli and Troy, which is a popular tour for the ANZAC community
I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but posting links to your hubs is not allowed in the forums, and leaving them in comments on others' hubs is frowned upon and will probably get your comments marked as spam.
If someone is interested in your work, he or she will follow you, and get regular updates when you publish new hubs.
Also, please do not add unrelated photos to your questions.
i'll try again [i just lost a 1/2 hrs effort here when i tried to use the help and it erased my typing w/o warning!]
i thought i was replying to a forum of the "ANZAC community" since that's where the link led me. i had used THAT 'suggested link' within my new hub; so i asked the question
instead it looks like my question showed up here in
QuestionsHubPages Tutorials and CommunityHow to Improve HubsUsing Links Effectively
so my question really is - what is a 'community page' and how do you interact w it? it shows up often in place of the hub authors name when i'm looking for suggested links. there appears tot be a way to create a new hub there, but not to add an existing one
ps yes, i knew we werent supposed to leave links in comments or forums
my image seemed appropriate to the place i THOUGHT i was contributing
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