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When you're linking hubs to each other, does it reduce your rank to do reciprocal links?
That's a complicated topic. Links to related content (i.e. you write a hub on cat toys and you have a reciprocal link with a hub discussing cat beds) could improve your position in the search engine results (SERPs). Links to quality related content is usually always helpful.
It's even better if the reciprocally linked page ranks high in a related keyword term. Reciprocally linking unrelated hubs or hubs that are not ranking well for competitive keywords may not be helpful. I would never say it's outright harmful unless you are linking a hub that is highly ranked in the SERPs with a hub that isn't related at all. In this case, you would probably lose more "link juice" than you would gain for the link.
Although interlinking hubs is technically reciprocal linking it is not treated the same way as reciprocal links between different sites. If it was the main site navigation on every site would be seen as reciprocal and devalued. For example the index page of most every website is generally the most powerful and the easiest to get rankings for. This isn’t because search engines like Index pages over all others but because this is normally the most linked to page from within the site and therefore has an advantage over every other page.
Interlinking related hubs can only improve search engine rankings.
Definately interlink your hubs, it is not only good for PR and SEO, but it also helps you to drive traffic towards a possible sale.
I think creating a series of Hubs on a topic and interlinking them is a smart way to go.
by Eugene Brennan7 months ago
I've had links to my own related hubs snipped on several occasions (mostly blatant lists at the end of a hub), but some links have been left in place after several snips. So is it acceptable to include a link to a hub...
by Liz Elias4 years ago
Are we penalized for linking to another of our hubs with reciprocal links?For instance, a 'how to' recipe linked, say, to a recipe Hub, and that recipe linking back to the "how to" Hub?I'm sure it's...
by SmartAndFun13 months ago
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by Cindy Lawson7 years ago
I am not looking to name names here as this happens quite a lot on Hubpages, but can someone please clarify whether or not it is against the rules for a Hubber to come to your hub, leave a comment and then include a...
by Fairlane Raymundo4 years ago
i put links to other hubs within my hubs. does that pull down the score of my hubs? sorry if this question has been answered already.
by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
Any guidance on how to drive traffic to a website that you own? I have one but never had the funds to drive traffic there. I have been reading about back links and trying to get a handle on key words.I found...
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