i want to write about the best knife sets there is and would like to recommend some. would that be too over promotional?
This time I have good news for you, finally. As long as the article is informational in nature, there is nothing wrong with you endorsing certain products - at your own risk, of course.
The "overly promotional" aspect becomes a problem if a hub is solely made to promote a product or service, which does not seem to be the case here:
by blrmanagement4 years ago
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by Mary Craig4 years ago
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by BenjaminB6 years ago
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by Paula Atwell21 months ago
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by Liz Elias20 months ago
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