It's been a long time since I used Hubpages and could use some advice. I tried to find this topic in the forum and found some post that danced all around it but didn't answer it directly. OK.....How many links am I allowed to place into a hub? I'm mostly wanting to redirect traffic to a Word Press site that I created but I would also like to link to an affiliate program as well. What's the limit on the links???
You can put in as many links as you would like, but only two per hub to the same domain. You can also find yourself in trouble if you continually link to the same commercial site across many of your hubs.
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