Being somebody who's suffered from various knee injuries, I just recently started a blog all about knees and knee health, and wanted to offer people a chance to get their knee hubs more views.
I'm linking both AC and Hubpages articles to my blog, and all views go to you.
What I'll be doing is writing a paragraph or so about your article, and then linking directly to it with something such as "read more here" or "to see the full article, click here".
If you're interested in the potential extra views, you can leave the link to your hubs below and I may choose them.
Please don't be offended if I don't use your Hubs, as I can only use so many and will be choosing from the most resourceful hubs.
If you have ANY questions please feel free to ask !
by Eugene Brennan 14 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 which may be very relevant to the specific content in a section of a hub, if it...
by SmartAndFun 20 months ago
Is it still OK to link to our own hubs? I have several hubs on baby names, and when I wrote them several years ago, I linked them all to each other within the body of the hubs. I haven't been good about updating my hubs or keeping up with what is allowed, but I am trying to change that. When...
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Hello everyone!Thanks so much for all the feedback you've provided regarding the new Hub design. We've taken it to heart and have rolled out two updates to the design:1. If you put your Hubs into a Group, the Hub featured in the top right sidebar will be the next Hub in that Group2. The footer will...
by summerclark7387 5 years ago
I'm finishing up a Hub I've been working on for like 4-5 days now, and I realize that I could probably separate it into 2 because it has become more in depth than I thought. I'm feeling really good about it, and I think it will be a good article, but I wonder if it is becoming too long. ...
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 3 years ago
I fail to see the need for the "related hub" section on each of my hub pages. Sometimes these hubs do not really relate to mine. Readers come to our pages to read the hubs we wrote or because they like to follow us. Pulling our readers away to other hubs is not quite fair.There are...
by L C David 4 years ago
Look at one of your articles and check out the format for the Related Hubs. On mine it now looks like a list.
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