I've noticed there are some links to other sites, blogs and twitter pages posted in peoples profiles. Is this allowed? I tried to post a link to my blog, but the insert link symbol wasn't highlighted in the formatting message box. Why is this? Do some people have access to this and others don't?
I see no reason why legitimate writers here shouldn't be allowed to promote our side projects in our profile, a limit could be put in to stop spammers creating profiles simply for the sake of profile links though, say write 10 hubs
by Jacob Horning5 months ago
I was reading through the FAQ and one thing that stuck out for me was the fact that after your Hubber Profile score reaches 75 or higher your website link on your profile is supposed to change from nofollow into...
by Dorsi Diaz6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Website Examiner5 years ago
With the growing number of Hubbers that have published or self-published a book, an e-book, or other literary works, why not give them a self-promotion forum. Allow them to post relevant links there, for the benefit of...
by Writer Fox6 years ago
I'm trying to insert a link on my profile page to my Google+ page. The link insertion feature in the "edit" mode now has a list of HubPages to link to, that wasn't there a few days ago. When I...
by Jack Lee7 months ago
From your own article...I have a unique case. In one of my articles, I recommemd a natural supplement that is good for joints.This product works for me. It is something I use myself. In this article, I have an Amazon...
by Kate McBride12 months ago
I would like to have the links in my hub open in a new window. Is it possible to do this? Replies to this question will be much appreciated. Thank you
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