How do you incorporate your hub pages with your blog and vice versa...

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  1. Moon Lightened profile image79
    Moon Lightenedposted 9 years ago

    How do you incorporate your hub pages with your blog and vice versa...

    ...without setting off "duplicate content" problems?

  2. ThePracticalMommy profile image95
    ThePracticalMommyposted 9 years ago

    It's not recommended to use the hub in it's entirety since it will set off the 'duplicate content' alarms. I link to my hubs or make mention of them in my blog post.

  3. mailxpress profile image50
    mailxpressposted 9 years ago

    ThePracticalMommy is 100% correct.  Place links within your blog linked to your Hubs and visa versa.  It works!  Best of luck and happy holidays.

  4. Moon Lightened profile image79
    Moon Lightenedposted 9 years ago

    Thanks to you both, ThePracticalMommy and mailxpress.  I had suspected as much but wanted to be sure before I embarked blindly.  And Happy Holidays!

  5. parentsreview profile image78
    parentsreviewposted 9 years ago

    The way I have been doing it is linking the two through key words.  In my mind, I think about it, as I'm writing cousin articles.   I wrote a hub here about things to consider before starting a baby's nursery.  I linked it to two articles on my site, one for baby sleep habits, the other for children's beds, which in some ways are both related to the topic.  I didn't duplicate content, the three articles sort of compliment one another.  On the right side of my site, I have a widget that references the last four hubs I've written, so I have a link back.

  6. Cardisa profile image91
    Cardisaposted 9 years ago

    I use the first few sentences and then link "continue reading......", even though the title is hyperlinked. It looked like a real blog post that way instead of just a link.

    See here for ways to promote your hubs from your blogs.

    http://cardisa.hubpages.com/hub/Four-Wa … Your-Blogs


    See here how I do it:

    http://hubpagesarticles.blogspot.com/

  7. hafeez75 profile image59
    hafeez75posted 9 years ago

    If a person write a Hub,he can add his blog link.,if a person interested in his topic then he can jump to his blog.

  8. athena2011 profile image58
    athena2011posted 9 years ago

    I do not ever use the same article or information on one of my hubs as on my blog. Each gets unique content. However, I use the RSS module on Hubpages which pulls in my latest blog posts to my hub. This is an easy way to tie them together.

 
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