How many of my own hubs can I link to a related topic?
I know the rule is two links to the same domain. I have several bead stitch tutorials and would like to put a link to each bead stitch tutorial in all my hubs that are related. There would be more than two. Is that acceptable?
It may be flagged as overly promotional, and you would be prompted to edit. Could you not link to one in each hub or something like that? Would your tutorials on your website not then branch into others if people were interested in looking?
Add all the related hubs to a group and two will show up in each hub in above the "related hubs" section. The order of the hubs within the group will determine which hubs are placed within the hub you are looking, the one before and after in the list will be there.
Thank you ILoveLegosToo. I'm new to Hub Pages and I'm not sure how you go about adding hubs to a group. I know how to put them under the same category. Is that what you mean?
Category and Groups are two different functionalities within Hubpages. You can find Groups on your My Account page, on the Hubs tab, the last selection on the right. It's pretty easy to add a group and then drag and drop hubs into that group.
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