I have noticed a growing number of profiles as well as hubs that are Solicitation their businesses or endorsing products they sell as hubs. Is this accepted or is it against the rules of Hub Pages?
I thought this was a big No No Please advise me of the rule....
As long as you aren't breaking any of the rules listed above, you can promote your own product or business. In fact product hubs are usually written with the idea of making someone buy something off amazon or ebay.
Writing a hub that gives information and complies with the rules is fine.
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