If I link to one of my articles that's still on Hubpages, will it redirect automatically if the article is moved to a niche site?
I wonder how that works with profiles. They link back technically, don't they? Is it better to wait until a new article is moved to a niche site before sharing it to the various social media?
Sharing on social media is not an issue, a redirect will be set in place. Technically linking back to HP is not a problem, but for some reason HP doesn't want you doing that. If the article you are linking back to is any good it would be on a niche site. At least this is what the folks at HP think. And I would agree.
Sharing is fine, but linking back to HP will just get your link snipped, every time. So not point trying.
It just hasn't been moved yet. It's brand new.
Yeah, I figured that's what you meant when you said wait until it's moved before sharing on social media. I would just wait until it's moved before linking to it. Like I said, it will just result in the link getting snipped if you do it before it's moved. You can give it a try.
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by Caren White 17 months ago
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