Can I link my hubs to related articles I have on Helium, and link my Helium articles to my related hubs? If so, should I do it as an added link under the hub or within the hub?
Example: I have a hub about gifts for teenage girls and a Helium article about gifts for athletic girls.
Thanks in advance for any advice!
No.... just your Flounder article on Helium
you can. Just don't link more than twice in the same hub (to the same article)
not sure what you mean about the link under a hub, I would put it within the hub. tell readers for more info they can go to...or, you could just put one main link to your Helium page (do they have a main page? IDK never been there) on your profile, directing anyone who ventures to your hubs to your other work.
It is best to link only relevant sites
although the ultimate decision is yours!
Yup! and be sure to do it its going to add valuable back links for your hub pages and Helium pages and it will drive some traffic to your pages as well.
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