I think I read that promoting MLM is against the rules but when I checked the flagging list it's not there.
It depends on what you mean by "promoting." If you make it sound like an ad, it surely will be against the rules. If you give a general overview WITHOUT any kind of affiliate link, it may fall within the rules. If your purpose is to actually promote the program and get people to sign up under you, then it is against the rules.
I would say if you have a product or service that has merits on its own as a stand-alone and give an overview of benefits or conditions it helps, then that should not be "dubious." But if you're promoting a MLM opportunity to recruit then that could be dubious.
Linking one link to a product should be treated like affiliate marketers on here.
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