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Best Answer kbdressman says
Great answer, kbdressman. You gotta love it.
Christin Sander says
Janis, Thank you for asking this question :) Christin, Your answer was extremely helpful. If I myself have a item for sale on Amazon and my article talks about how I made that item plus other examples, can I advertise that item in my article?
I don't see why not, as long as it doesn't violate the self-promotion rule or have too many links etc. but yeah, if you do a whole hub talking about how you did something, I'd certainly link to it, or to something used to create it even, depending.
Christin, I guess we're not supposed to link to the hub we're talking abt, but if you have a sec, it's the one I have on children's book publishing. I put the ad up for my Kindle version. If you don't feel comfortable checking it out, no worries.
If the one I viewed was correct, it's very extensive and thorough and has a link to your children's book. You have many links, but could maybe do a callout and sell the software you use since it's more about creating the book.
ChristinS, your answer is immensely candid and helpful. I appreciate your generosity in helping us move toward success at HP.
Excellent advice, thank you for sharing
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Very important work tenet some take for granted. Thanks for answering, TIME.