I would like to write a series of articles about a specific company, their customers and their suppliers. Is this allowed? Just want to double check. I am not affiliated with the company in any way and I am not getting paid by this company. I just thought it would provide me with a lot of hubs to share with others.
What did you have in mind? - www. (g)oogle dot com?
Some of the so called experts here have already written about (y)ahoo + co
You can, but you have to be careful about how you do so. "Designed primarily to promote other sites" is a phrase that is found in the HubPages definition of spam pages, so if your Hubs are interpreted by admin as functioning that way, they'll be unpublished.
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I am an Ebay PowerSeller and have been rejected as an affiliate 2-3 times . Anyone have a theory on this?
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