How do I add links to the top of a hub (like a table of contents) that will take users to a different part of the hub?
Sid Kemp's guide here should explain it:
You're talking basically about adding a table of contents. This is a bad idea. List what your sections but don't link them or you'll have trouble passing QAP
Here is a guide on how to use a TOC to increase your page rank. It has a link to Glenn Stoks article on how to set up a TOC, which is very helpful.
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On my newest article on aggression I included the most common questions about aggression on the top of the hub, and linked them to the appropriate capsule within the article. The reader can find the question he needs right at the top and then click on it to take him to the material that he needs without reading the entire article.
This might decrease the amount of time that the reader is on the page but it does improve the experience for the reader.
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