If I post links on my relevant hubs to my website, does it need to be contextual, or can I actually say what it is?
For example, can I say "heres a website with more info" etc...or does it need to be a contextual link always for hubpages policy?
Either way is fine however the link you send them to cannot just regurgitate the info you provide in the hub. You have to send them to unique and relevant info.
I think I have that covered hopefully. Its not a copy of the information, but it is similar and relevant. Relevant is good.
I have some forums, and comments section at my website, and I would like to get traffic their.
I have 65+ comments on one of my hubs. It would be better if they could discuss things on my website, which would benefit me, and them.
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