In My Account page some of my hubs are marked "broken links". What does it mean? What is the impact? Please advise. Thanks.
Go into edit mode. The broken links are highlighted in yellow. Fix or delete them.
I just recently went through this adventure myself.
Too many broken links, i.e. hyperlinks that are no longer valid, may cause a hub to get flagged as "substandard." It is prudent to take care of it.
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