Do you like the new URL link feature, when you are adding back-links in your Hub articles?
I noticed that when I'm inserting a URL link into my Hub article, it is easier to find the link for the anchor links. The new drop down URL link feature is more convenient, we don't have to type in the link we're looking for, if it's one of our own Hub links.
Yes. Absolutely. I am using this feature to interlink my own relevant hubs. Great feature.
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
Someone recently stated that there are limits to how much you can link to your own hubs. Does anybody know the limitations?
by Eugene Brennan4 months ago
I've had links to my own related hubs snipped on several occasions (mostly blatant lists at the end of a hub), but some links have been left in place after several snips. So is it acceptable to include a link to a hub...
by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
Any guidance on how to drive traffic to a website that you own? I have one but never had the funds to drive traffic there. I have been reading about back links and trying to get a handle on key words.I found...
by Sally Gulbrandsen19 months ago
I have always added my Products via a keyword search but I have been asked to add a couple of products via links instead. I am not sure whether my being in the UK makes a difference but should I be adding links from...
by Daniel Baker4 years ago
Some hubs are long and, as result, takes a long time to scroll the page back up to the top. I would like to suggest adding a back to the top link to each page so that you just click on the link and it takes you back up...
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts5 years ago
The hublove contest has a lot to answer for! I used to have a bunch of travel hubs and a bunch of tech hubs- now I have a bunch of money hub,a bunch of rugby hubs (!) some of religious hubs(!!!) and I although I...
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