So if I have an RSS feed to HubMob with links, and I linked to 2 of my own, and I link a couple of other hubbers stuff to key terms, do I have like 10 links all going to "the same site" of hubpages.com and my hub score is going to suck?
I have a lot of my hubs interconnected. And, there does not seem to be a problem. I have two RSS feeds on my Capstone Poetry Directory Hub, it leads to every poem I've written and links via the "HOT" and "BEST" of the poetry on HubPages RSS feed.
If some of my poems are in either category is irrelevant. Internal links that I know of do not hurt your hubs.
But, then again, what do I know.
Just trying to be helpful.
Thanks, Cags. I'm thinking that must be the case. Or hoping it is. Or something. I'm actually starting to pay attention to that stuff a little because, I just checked my adsense (out of boredom) and discovered apparently I'm due for another check. That will be two in seven months. It's almost like, with a tiny shred of effort, HubPages could be a steady source of beer money for me. I'm sure I won't muster the effort, but I can at least not work against myself on matters like this one, and thus expedite the next installment of booze funds.
Maybe, just maybe, with the minimal amount of effort, a few key details to improve upon earnings, isn't work, as in the sense of it.
Just like writing is not work, it is enjoyment.
Edit: It's all on computer. How hard could it be?
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