Why is illegal promoting or advertising in Forums?
I see a lot of people advertising in Forums such as the Beauty Forum in Craiglist and I had a situation with a particular person there that accussed me of spaming. Others can and I can't why is this a violation?
Well I dont use forums to advertise but people dont like it when you throw stuff in their faces, its better to have a signature in forums to a link or ask that somone pms you if he request more information about what you are offering..
by the way they are forums that are to advertise only, and if you want more information just read some of my hubs
have a nice day
Thanks lester I will vote for you!
Yes I know about the regular forums I was talking about where are only individuals
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