I notice some Hubbers who have been here a lot longer than I have will make note at the bottom of the new Hub: "Other Hubs by _____________", and they give a link to some of their other Hubs. Is that OK to do??? I can only assume it's OK, otherwise they wouldn't do it.
So long as they are on related topics, it is fine
It is OK, but only if the other hubs are pertinent to the one carrying the links.
It is not OK to simply link to any or all of your hubs; only ones of a similar subject that might add to the readers experience.
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by Ktoo 9 years ago
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