How do I end up with links to other peoples hubs that I did not put in?
I am finding links to other similar hubs in the body of my text. How does this happen because I did not put these links in.
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I am wondering if it is because they searched for links and your hub came up. I have linked to others hubs this way although I usually ask first.
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