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How you can Improve your Articles Reach and Clicks on Opera News Hub

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Apart from writing of interesting and trending articles and also sharing articles to Facebook groups and friends to gain clicks. There are other ways which you can also consider to obtain maximized outcome.

In this article, I am going to show you how you can add your previous articles link to your new Articles to be able to attract readers to read your previous article through the link on the recent article.

Step 1:

After writing your article or in between your article (as some people have their own preference) and you want to add a link you copied leading to your previous article; first select the title you want to link with as shown below.

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Step 2:

Click on symbol that looks like two C, facing each other with a line in between as shown below.

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You will see a rectangular box containing another smaller box in it on which is embedded the Title as shown below.

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Step 3:

Tap on the box that contains the selected Title in blue and it will pop up instructions as shown below.

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Step 4:

Tap on paste to insert the link, which automatically replaces the Title.

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Step 5:

Click on save to save the link to your selected title and you will be shown an underlined, selected title as shown below.

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Step 6:

Finally, tap on an empty space on your screen to clear the selection. You will be left with an underlined and blue coloured title as shown below.

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You can then test it by clicking on the title.

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