The link suggestion tool is just not working when I try using it. A white x in a red box appears in a rather threatening way and stops the tool showing any suggestions.
If you click on it, it deletes the tag, that is all. It's for your own use.
by DasEngel 15 months ago
I published a hub a about three weeks ago, titled: "Defining My Purpose on HubPages: Aftermath of My Wars on HubPages Forums". I've written and published one more hub after that (it's still undergoing the site's quality assessment process) and I'm planning to write more hubs.I...
by Paul Deeds 8 years ago
We've realized for a while that with our existing tools it can be very time consuming to manage links across a large portfolio of hubs. Many Hubbers have tried to handle the interconnecting of related hubs using Link and RSS capsules. That works to an extent, but we feel that...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
I have always added my Products via a keyword search but I have been asked to add a couple of products via links instead. I am not sure whether my being in the UK makes a difference but should I be adding links from Amazon.com or from Amazon UK? I know that most of my traffic still...
by Deb Hirt 3 years ago
Also the lead photo is not mine, either.http://aviannovice.hubpages.com/hub/The … y-OklahomaHubPagesFind the perfect pumpkin-carving template, whether you are looking for a classic design, such as a spider or a haunted house, or one that references pop culture, such as "Family Guy"...
by Susan Holland 7 years ago
What does the grey "A" mean when it shows up next to your hubs under "my account"?
by Laura Writes 2 years ago
Should I make a smoothie how-to hub, into a recipe hub that shows up as a recipe in search results?As in...should I leave it as a regular hub, or add the ratings capsule that will convert it into a recipe hub in Google's eyes? I am not sure which one will generate more traffic to it.
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