First I want to apologize for falling off the face of the earth the past 2 weeks. Life got in the way of my hubbing. Thanks to all of you who helped me with that whole linking thing. I think I finally got it.
New problem. In my newest hub (not published yet) I have 3 or 4 links within the hub and a final link to one of my previous hubs (that relates to this one, a "next step" thing). The other links within the body of the hub are not revenue generating. They are 3rd party links and their sole purpose is a legitimate source supporting comments within the hub.
My understanding is that the hub should be checked out and "blessing" given before I publish the hub. Who do I ask to do this?
Thanks again for the help. You are a terrific group.
Hi Brigitte - You can have two links that are directed towards outside websites that you have a financial interest in promoting.
You can add as many links to your own hubs, or other sources of info as you like.
As long as you follow these rules you should be ok and no need to get permission to publish. If there is a problem after publication you will get a message at the top of your hub. No message = no problem.
If you still want to get it checked over by hubpages you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure one thing: Do not put linka nd RSS of the same site. Hubpages do not allow that.
Rest are OK.
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