How can I make Internal link to my Hubs?
Please give me a deep internal linking technique that I can use for Hubpages articles (HUBS) to get more search engine visibility. Please give an example. It will be more easier for me.
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Alternatively, you can use the suggest link feature after the article is written (which is at the top of the hub after finish editing) - or when you are editing a capsule you can highlight the label or phrase you want to link to, click the link symbol at the top of the capsule and the url box will pop up for entering the address of the link.
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