I would like to link to my own website from my HubPages profile, and vice versa.
Would this put my HP account in jeopardy? I know that if I post the same content in both places it will trip the duplication system, but do not know of any other possible issues.
Thank you in advance
You can link to as many of your own sites from your profile as you wish.
A question which was lingering as a newbie in my head as well :)Answered here :p
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