To use a link of someone elses hub inside of your own hub, do you need to get permission from that person first?
I don't think it is required-- most people are glad to get it, but it would be nice to ask. You are likely to get a quick 'yes'.
(You can link to any of mine .)
People are on HubPages because they want to be read. The more links, the better. You certainly do not have to ask. But if you do inform them, they may recipocrate.
Just link to another hub if you want to, it is only going to benefit them!
I know it isnt required, but I like to let them know. It might be not exactly what they agree or like - the subject material.
I know that I wanted to link with someone on one of my valentines hubs and so asked because it was a sterotype of what men really think are cool gifts when women dont thing that at all.
It was good. Now I have a good friend and he helped me make the adjustment more appropriate to encompase ideas from both hubs.
I think it is whatever you feel comfortable with really x
It's a great way to network, so let them know and they will thank you for it.
I think it's a good thing to let them know. Think about it. If someone links to your hub, that's a compliment and means that they think your piece is worthwhile. So let them know!
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