Recently, I got to know that linking my articles to my other articles can help increasing traffic. How to put them, please suggest.
Highlight the word or words you want to link, click on the link symbol in the toolbar and a list of articles that match will appear. Click on the article that you want to link to. Sounds complicated, but once you have done it, it will seem easy.
I see that you don’t have any articles in a niche site yet. If you intend to link to an article in HubPages.com or discover.hubpages then your hub will never be accepted for a niche site.
I don't understand. Can you please elaborate.
You shouldn't link from articles on a network site like Letterpile back to articles on HubPages.
Therefore, if you submit a poem to Letterpile (for example), if it links back to another on HubPages, it won't be accepted until the link is removed.
You only have four articles in very different categories, so interlinking won't be very helpful yet.
Incidentally, I notice you have used an image from Instagram in your fir tree article - you need to make sure the license is okay, i.e. Creative Commons. Instagram is not a source of legal photos. Use Pixabay, Pexels, or Unsplash.
Also, there is no need to type 'fir' after every tree type/name. You have used the word 'fir' 81 times. Way too much.
Edit: You have also copied text from other sites like this one: https://www.proflowers.com/blog/16-type … tmas-trees
You cannot ever copy writing from elsewhere and pretend it is your own. That is plagiarism - stealing. And it could get you banned from HubPages, so rewrite those sections completely.
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