Hey guys I am just wondering I am part of a lot of social forums and discussion sites and I was wondering if it is possible to share my hubpages article links on there instead of re writing everything on there this will bring more traffic to hubpages. But I was wondering if that is against the rules I don't want to do something against the rules of hubpages so please help me out? Thanks a lot
What is the point of rewriting everything on forums etc?
Yes, of course there's no rule at HubPages about where you can post links to Hubs - you're very welcome to do that anywhere (except traffic exchanges). However there may be rules at the forums/discussion sites so you need to check with them.
Also consider that people are more likely to follow your links if you're posting them to be genuinely helpful. If you overdo it, they're more likely to get annoyed and ignore them. So be careful.
Actually, HP gets highly perturbed if you duplicate your hub content elsewhere.
The good news? HP gets highly ecstatic when you scatter your hub links on other reputable websites and forums.
But do avoid click-exchange sites and such. Otherwise, big bad pandas will show up at your door.
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