I create designs for Zazzle, Cafepress and Redbubble. Is there anything wrong with writing hubs that have pictures of the designs and a link to where to purchase them?
It is permitted, so long as you do not violate the Overly Promotional Guidelines and your links/images are all directly related to the Hub's subject.
You can give up to two links to each website on a Hub. You will be OK linking to those sites so long as the links are relevant to the content of your Hub and so long as your Hub has content beyond trying to sell something.
Here is some more information:
http://blog.hubpages.com/2015/01/07/an- … -capsules/
Hubs that promote your own products are probably going to be identified as overly-promotional and moderated. HubPages has never been down with people selling their own stuff here.
If you make money, they want their cut.
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