I know the rule of only two links to the same domain. My question is about when you have one link to a domain in your link capsule and then "someone from that" domain leaves a comment on your hub...does that also count as one of my allowed 2 links?
The reason I ask is if they respond back, the link by their name for the comment would be another link. Should I allow only one of them comments and delete the others?
The website Bidet Toilet Seat Co. left a comment on my hub, which I allowed and it did have the link by the username. I was glad to see that, but don't want to violate any terms of HP if they respond again.
No, that doesn't count. Links in comments are no-follow, so they have little significance.
OK, good. If they did count it could be a problem for hubs.
This does raise an issue I thought about earlier - If my link is out to a multipage site, say a cross-culture site and I get links back directly from different pages of the site ? such as one from an art page, another from a page with public art display ?
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