I know that the comments section is not for self-promoting one's own hubs, and that except for certain forum topics, it is discouraged if not outright forbidden here in the forums...but I must ask this:
If someone in the Q&A section asks a question, about which you have already written a hub, is it permissible there to put a link to said hub as your answer to the question, along with a brief statement saying that the question they're asking has been answered in xxx hub...??
(I know that it says not to link to outside sites as a whole or most of an answer...)
I do not think anything is wrong with that. If anything you could give a brief answer and then say, if you want some more detail please visit this link.
by Cindy Lawson6 years ago
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by Earl Noah Bernsby3 years ago
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by mommyfreelancer7 years ago
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by Billie Kelpin2 years ago
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by Haunty6 years ago
When I post a comment to someone's hub including a question and they approve it, but do not answer the question, does that mean they have no manners? In your opinion.
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