I'm currently writing a hub on creative ways to recycle plastic bottles and containers around the home. I've found some really nice tutorials online (both videos and step by step written ones) on various blogs and I was thinking of including links to them. For eg.
"Be sure to check out >this link< over on YouTube for a full tutorial."
Would that be alright? Or would that be a violation in any way?
Matthew answered right because that is what I had in mind.
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