I want to advertise my online shop on hubpage. I also want to advertise my website on the comment page of hubpages members that I offer my comments after reviewing their articles. How do I stand before the law? I want to know the best way to market on hubpages without breaking the law of the site owners.Please try to offer your advice as detailed as possible.Thank you
Links in comments are tacky and a no-no.
As to the other, http://hubpages.com/faq
If you read HP terms of service, it lets you know what is acceptable and what isn't acceptable. Posting your website info in comments is considered spam. You can include your website info on your profile page. That's the best place to let others know about what you do.
Look at the bottom of HubPages and you will find an Advertise link in the footer and follow the instructions.
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