Of course its not against the rules of hubpages, you just need to determine whether or not it is against the rules of Associated Content. I thought that an editor had to accept your work? I doubt that they are going to accept anything hyperlinked to hubpages.
You certainly can include links to hubpages in your AC articles -
I dont have a single AC article that doesnt include outbound links to hubpages or other sites that i control.
The links are nofollow
I slip in a link or two. Not too obvious. Just hyperlink a keyword somewhere in the body of the text. I avoid putting a 'read more' right at the end. I allow the Associated Content article to stand up for itself.
he link is there if people want to find out more information related to that hyperlinked keyword.
So far that has worked for me.
by Glen7 years ago
Read more...AC recently made a change to the payment system to writers outside of the US, ie: not paying us anymore.And $100 million?That would mean that HubPages is worth a billion dollars.
by BlogJournal6 years ago
What is your take on Yahoo Associated Content?
by Debhsmomof46 years ago
Can I make Hubs from my non-exclusive Associated Content articles? It's my original content, but...I didn't know if this counted as duplicate content.
by seanorjohn6 years ago
I just signed up to yahoo contributors and found myself directed to associated content. They claim to pay upfront for articles. Anyone know whether it is worthwhile. I know sunforged, a very astute hubber wasn't...
by rachel carpenter3 years ago
Hi! I'm excited to be here!I'll be honest I currently have a deep, dark foggy cloud surrounding me........... as I learned today that Yahoo Voices is closing. I am devastated and honestly in a complete shock. I...
by Ruchira8 years ago
Do Hubpages.com pay $$ to their hubbers for writing articles on the website?'Came across Associated Content which pays for the articles published by their members.
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