What is the procedure for linking two or more in a series backwards or forwards?
When writing multiple hubs, either two or more, what is the rule about linking? Do you link one to two and two back to one? Do you just link either one to the other but not back again? What is the SOP for linking three or more?
If they are related - like a series I would link them all to each other using a sidebar perhaps (so it stands out more and readers can easily see there are more parts)
I would probably link all parts on each page with reminders "see the links section for parts 2 and 3" etc. This way if someone were to land on part 2 say, they can easily go the beginning of the series.
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