Although i have many articles on a similar subject, the articles are completely different. I put two links into every article, some have gone to the same page (via different articles) , yet Yahoo only let me have one of the links. Would i be better deleting one article and posting somewhere else or is there a trick to get Yahoo to see the link?
You're using site explorer to check your links? It's not a case of yahoo letting you have links or not. Links can take a while to show up (months), if they show up at all. Site explorer will show a lot of incoming links but never all of them. As with any tool, it's not perfect. Don't worry about it.
Yes i am using site explorer to check links,is there a better method of checking for links? Or should i just carry on and assume they are picked up eventually.
How long have you waited. It can take a while for links to get indexed.
Earlier links from hubpages have been dropped and one i did last week is now there instead. That is why i questioned whether you can have more than one link to the same page from the same article site. Some show up within 36 hours.
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