Can anyone tell me how to do the above. So when anyone click on an image it goes to a media page so we can earn more money with our images
I know what you're talking about and you can only do that on Infobarrel. Hubpages doesn't allow you to hyperlink images or create separate media pages. It's not that no one here knows how to do what you're talking about, it's that it cannot be done on HP.
I don't think HubPages allows you to use an image as a link. You can do it on other sites like blogger however.
I hoped there was a way to do this on Hubpages and was waiting for a positive response... let us hope someone does come up with some idea.. I am not sure though.
I think this would be a great idea too I've noticed that entry to a Hub or two, has been through image search.
you cannot currently hyperlink images, (make them clickable) on hubpages.
the best you can do is include a destination link in the photo capsule URL box for each image.
Maybe hub staff can explain why HP does not allow this option, because as mentioned - it is an option almost everywhere else.
by soulfully 4 years ago
First you find an image online you might like to use in an article. Save it to your computer and rename it using keywords. Upload it. Then add an image title and caption. Assuming you use keywords for all of that, would you consider it over optimized?
by salt 8 years ago
anyone know how to link to redgauge? I managed one article, but I have seen some peoples links where they have a hubpages symbol there?
by David Hunt 23 months ago
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by Paul Edmondson 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers, I mentioned in the past that we've been working with a company that helps identify SEO issues. Many of the issues they identify come in the form of penalties which they believe hurt the entire site. We've been trying to look at these penalties and come up with solutions that...
by Steven Escareno 6 years ago
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by Laura Brown 5 years ago
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