I saw a question in the FORUM thread for which I have an answer in the form of a Hub. Am I allowed to link to it in answering the question? Can it be-a published hub OR a yet-to-be-published hub?
Will this be seen as a promotional link?
Well I guess if you use link in the context to answer the question then it is ok. I don't think it should be a problem as I have seen so many people doing that. Moreover if the forum is "Extreme Hub makeover" then it is certainly allowed.
One more thing, you this is not the right place to ask questions. You should start these kinds of question and answer tread in the forum "Need Help? Ask here." That will make sure you get accurate and quick answer
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