Linking other hubs within the article or giving a link separately at end- Which is better?
Linking other hubs within the article is most important one to reach other hubs or promoting traffic to them.
However, giving a separate different [links that are connected in no way to the article] links in hubs at the last, may not be so welcome. It is must to give related links at last for a better super promotion.
Hope you understand
Just use the groups function and be sure to position your HUB within the group so that the HUBS you want to link to come before and after the HUB you are posting. Then links will automatically show up at the end of your article with whatever photo you have included in the article. Much more streamlined.
True, but only to TWO of the Hubs in that group. Also, the reader will see a whole host of Hubs immediately underneath, which may be more tempting to the reader. So it's never a good idea to rely purely on the Groups feature.
Never though of that. Will try it now. Thanks for the feedback.
It is better to provide the link within. With no technical know how what I learnt at HP is that the author may split his work into say 4-5 hubs and the last para of the hub may include a topic to be used as a link and make that topic a separate URL for the next topic and save unpublished. Submit all the interlinked hubs simultaneously. If the length of the topic is big enough to consume time that "Topic Title" - Part-I, Part-II ....Part-VII and so on under one group so that the reader can read at ease.
Neither. If you have other Hubs on the same subject and you'd like the reader to visit them, add a Links capsule, right-floated, somewhere around the middle of the Hub. Give it a coloured background to stand out. Put a hyperlinked list of your Hubs in that capsule. Remember you must ONLY link to Hubs on the same topic.
I have better luck linking to other Hubs within the text of the Hub itself. I always use the target="blank" tag to make sure that clicking the link opens a new window whether I'm linking to my own Hub or another website.
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