Are we allowed to link our hubs to other hubs we created, if they are on the same category or topic?
Thanks in Advance,
Yes, you can link your own related hubs. When you are on the edit mode highlight the keywords and link them to the your related hubs. Internal linking is not restricted .
Another tip is to use a few identical tags for related hubs, which will tell the HubPages system that the hubs are - well - related.
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