Please tell me how I can link each of my hubs that are written on a similar theme and what the advantages are of doing so.
Thanks a lot
use the link capsule
doing so makes them more likely to be viewed
Use the "Group" function. You can also add hyperlinks in the text of your Hub (e.g. for more information, read my Hub on...), or use a Links capsule, either at the end or floated to the right.
Any links to your Hubs are useful to drive traffic.
Both the above suggestions are good. You can also use RSS so that it will update automatically. Say you had a few widgets that were tagged "widgets". You could include an RSS module with this feed
where "name" is your profile name.
Reasons to do so is that it will help keep readers on your hubs (reduce your bounce rate) and it will help the hubs that you link to improve their rankings since you are adding inbound links to them.
I try to do this wherever it makes sense.
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