http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Reward-for- … -Believers
Greetings everyone! There is a major issue with the link suggestions. With the exception of community pages, article links are being formed with two (http://hubpages.com) addresses, making them invalid (broken) links.
This is VERY bad for search engine results and needs to be fixed! Post haste! I am including my URL (above) to this article to illustrate my issue.
Given that Google sees Hubpages as a link farm, I'd guess part of the problem is this issue (if it has been going around for awhile). I am going to check my more recent articles to see if it happened then, too.
If it did, Hubpages is shooting themselves in the foot by not fixing this issue ASAP!
And the point of adding your link is what exactly? Trying to convert us?
No, so maybe support will check it out. Thanks Izzy, God bless.
Same issue with this article published on the 1st:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Troll-2-Movie-P … Collection
I noticed that two of your links were mangled and one was not. Do you, per chance, recall anything you did differently between the mangled and not mangled?
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