Question on linking one hub to another.
Does it matter which way you link to one of your other hubs (link capsule or chain link in body of article?) or is it just preference?
It doesn't really matter. You can do either. I don't use the intext link very often, just because I think it has a better chance of taking readers away sooner. I do use it on occasion, though. Especially when I have several hubs that are related but don't want to have a huge link capsule at the end.
A link capsule placed near the end of the hub adds a nice little something I think and is a great way to get readers to your other hubs.
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