Do we have any control over suggested hubs
At the bottom of our hubs, there are multiple other hubs that may be ours or those of other writers. Do we have any control over those listings? Can we remove any of those listed hubs?
To the best of my knowledge, that would be a "no" to both your questions.
Even though it currently seems to be a definite NO, that is a good idea for future upgrades. I mean, if you must have a 'related hubs' listing on your Hub, it is not a far-fetched notion that we should have the ability to choose such things...
The problem is when we create our hub, there is a suggest lnks that we used to link to other hubs. That button is there, but no longer works. Instead, we have hubs that we would have not linked to, at times, at the bottom of our hubs by Hub Pages.
Yeah, and it seems that the real goal is to get more internal traffic and/or internal links for better SEO. Personally, I think that linking to other Hubs should be up to the one that writes the Hub, regardless of the reasons they may have for this.
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