I have a bunch of hubs on fishing related topics. I am using the link box to link four or five together that are closely related. But if a dozen or more hubs are all applicable it gets sort of crowded. Is there a better way to interlink? I was thinking of a web page which would be nothing but a list of my hubs by topic. Is a separate web page a good idea, is it acceptable to adsense?
The groups feature is a great way of connecting related Hubs and doesn't clutter up the Hub page the way that putting everything in a link capsule does.
by Marisa Wright5 years ago
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by Paul Edmondson3 years ago
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by Becki Rizzuti3 years ago
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by dumindu895 years ago
Hello hubbers!I want to know that is it possible to put links in my hubs as related links, to my own hubs or other hubbers' hubs using my traffic reffaral link(s)? Is it legit or not? Thanks in advance.
by Rahul Parashar4 years ago
After creating 15 hubs, I think it's the right time to start interlinking related hubs to each other. I was wondering, how many fellow hubbers interlink their hubs? Have you experienced a boost in traffic and/or...
by easyspeak7 years ago
When you're linking hubs to each other, does it reduce your rank to do reciprocal links?
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