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How to Link to Other Hubs

Updated on February 9, 2012

Grouping Hub's Together

Whether you have been part of the Hub family for a day or for several years, you are obviously here to make money. What a lot of people don't realize is that you can write a lot of Hub's, but if you don't link them together you are not optimizing your earning potential. There are two ways to link to other Hub's that you have written.

The first one is to click on "group" while in your edit page. It's the third box down, and at the top it says reorder, tags, settings, summary, and group. Click on group, and create a topic of whatever group you are creating. As an example, if you are wanting to create a group about birds, put birds as the name of your group. Then every Hub you publish after that, you click group and put your new Hub in the appropriate group. What this does is at the bottom of each grouped Hub, it puts links to your other Hub's that you've put in the same group.

How to Link Hubs

The other way to link your Hubs together is to put an actual link into your Hub itself. To do this, you look in the first box on your edit page where you can add capsules. There is a capsule called "link," click on it and it will put a link option on your Hub page. The best way to do this is to link your Hubs together that are similar interest. As an example, if you have several Hubs about taking care of babies, you can put the links to your other Hubs within each Hub. This makes the most out of each Hub that you write.


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      Lizam1 5 years ago from Victoria BC

      Thanks - very helpful. I am here to improve my writing and some $'s would be nice too!