I wanted to write a hub about someone else's opinions. If I do, i will need to link my hub to her site which is on yahoo. Can I do that? Am I violating any hubpages rules. I have noticed that there is a rule in forum that advises us to be careful to link to another site?
You can link to it on yahoo and maybe why not get yourself a yahoo profile page and link it up from there, then get other profile pages from other sources like squidoo, myspace etc and link them up from there too!
Create relevant pages on the links subject or content and again link it up, the more backlinks you have towards your web stuff, the better!!
Sure you can. Just don't link to the same site more than twice in one hub.
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Pardon my ignorance, but why in the world would anyone want to link to the same site more than once?
You can link to Yahoo pages more than 2 times - unless you're Jerry Yang, we can be reasonably confident that you're not promoting Yahoo for personal gain.
Yahoo counts as a well-known Web resource that Hubbers are unlikely to overlink to for personal gain:
WFT - Maybe BeatsMe wants to link to several articles that are relevant to her Hub.
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