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Can I give links to my articles at hubpages (recipe articles) from my blogger site?
I want to start a food blog at blogger dealing with general knowledge of food and nutrition. And I am thinking of providing there some links to my recipe articles written at HubPages. Is it good to do so and is it acceptable?
Hi Ven, you can use links anywhere, I believe, but not retype anything from your hub onto another site as HP will call your hub duplicate being you have the same language elsewhere. But links are okay.
I simply want to give links, so that people can know and visit my hubs if they are interested. I don't need to post same recipes on my blog by doing so..
That is fine to do. Best of wishes to you on your blog.
Thank you, Faith, for your prompt responses and good wishes for me. My blessings to you too.
Greetings, Venkatachari. I have put links to some of my hubs in my blog. That is quite okay to do. You have a good idea there and I wish you all the best with your new venture.
I like to add links from some writers here to my blog on my website VN. What I do is use the same photo at the top of the hub, the same title, ensure the name of the writer is there, then write a few lines, and anchor the last phrase which is usually something like ". . .read more here". HP will only be too pleased to get more views on its site! That phrase will of course be the link to the hub.
The fact that the hubs are yours should make no difference.
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