I wonder if there is any sense to using 'circular' links...i.e., an inbound link from my blog to HP; and in the related HP article, an outbound link to my blog... ??
I just did that with one article, in which I address different aspects of the same subject in each place. Make sense? Allowed?
They are called reciprocal links, and they are allowed. They don't carry as much weight with Google as one-way links, but they're fine.
I'd check out that article. Interesting perspective on the worth of links!
Another backlink question.
Is backlinks to a profile page as opposed to a hub page:
Or do they both carry the same 'weight'?
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