Im pretty sure an active link is a link that works and takes you directly to the specific file or website thats linked. A inactive link i believe is a "broken" link, a one which is not there anymore, and cannot be used without the user being taken to a page which will probably read "webpage unavailable"
by SpaceShanty 4 years ago
Another Hubber mentioned this in a forum reply, can someone please give me more info. Does a Low Hubber Score Directly Affect Your Links making them 'NoFollow'?
by Susannah Birch 8 years ago
I know there is a rule about "self promotion in the forums."I just want to clarify what it means. Does it mean there is a blanket ban on all links in our own posts that link to any hub we've written or site or article we own?ORAre we allowed to post our own hub links if relevant to the...
by shreekrishna 9 years ago
i have seen a option of permalink below posts ,what does it mean ,what is the use of it.
by Glen 11 years ago
...where do I send them?My tracking token is 1pk0ue4rz5p3q
by Bill Dowis 6 years ago
Is it better to link to your homepage or a specific post?In SEO, when I am building incoming links to my website, is it better to link to a specific post or to link directly to the main page?
by DesignAction 3 years ago
I am having a problem with 2 hubs that won't publish/feature despite having a decent score (ex. 74). An email comes that says "Hub not cleared for publication because it didn't pass the quality assessment process" , however, it does not say specifically what TO do to get it to pass. I...
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