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Huge List of Questions

  1. pro blogger profile image45
    pro bloggerposted 9 years ago

    Hey Hubpage Support.

    I've been with Hubpages for a few days now. Rules here seem to be a little
    different than Squidoo's rules, so I really would like to make sure that I'm not
    doing anything wrong that may result in a ban. If I am doing something wrong,
    I would like the opportunity to fix it before my content is removed. 

    Before I say anything else, I know business. Hubpages wants quality content,
    and has guidelines that one must meet to post that content. The last thing I
    want to do is pollute Hubpages by breaking the rules.

    With that being said, After a few days of Hubpages, I took a look at the
    Terms of Use page. I noticed that the restrictions are pretty tight so I do have
    some questions.

    1) I have multiple accounts. One account is for my Acne topics. One account
    is for my Blogging topics. I also have an old account in which I do not use
    anymore. Is it okay to have multiple accounts? Or, would you perfer that we
    only have a single account?

    2) As I am providing Hubpages with content, I believe that I should be
    provided with something in return. I've been creating Hubpages and linking
    those Hubs to related  Squidoo articles.  For Example: http://hubpages.com/hub/Garlic-Acne-Treatment links to http://www.squidoo.com/garlic-acne Is
    doing something like this okay?

    3) Program Reviews: I just did my first program review of Fast Blog Finder. I
    did the review here: http://hubpages.com/hub/fast-blog-finder-review I plan on
    making another page about the program here pretty soon, and then linking
    the two pages together. Would doing something like that be okay?

    4) Affiliate Links: Finally, is it okay to place affiliate links into Hubs?

    I really want to make sure I follow the Hubpage Guidelines. If you could write
    me back and let me know if I need to make any changes, I would be more
    than happy to do so. I just ask that I have a day to make the changes. I have
    worked very hard to create this content, and I have backlinks from Ezine
    articles pointing to my Hubs. I really don't want to see all of my work go to
    waste.

    Please write me back at a time of your convenience.
    Have a great day.
    Taylor Thompson

  2. profile image0
    Janettaposted 9 years ago

    ok...that is a big list and I dont have those answers. This is a forum where other hubbers will help you with your problems, so by posting an answer, maybe it will bring your Q's to the attention of someone more knowledgeable in the answers.

    the one thing I would say is that you should probably just use one acct and keep it all on the one. several ppl have more than one acct, but if you are just separating them because the content of the hubs is different, I'm not sure that's enough to justify multiple accts.  as for affiliate links, you can add ebay and amazon capsules and fill them in with products you choose or if you have adsense, google will place ads for you. no links on the hub itself are necesary.  Sorry I couldn't help more, but now maybe someone who can will notice the post. smile
    Welcome to HubPages!

  3. ngureco profile image83
    ngurecoposted 9 years ago

    You are doing well.

    But you may not have more than a total of two outbound links to a single domain for all your hubs. This means your links to Squidoo is limited to two links.

  4. pro blogger profile image45
    pro bloggerposted 9 years ago

    I learned that I have kind of answered my own questions. If I feel that I am on the fence about breaking the rules, then I probably am.

    Not to mention the fact that I truly want quality Hubs. No sense in re-writing content from another post and placing it on a Hub here.

    I'm going to go through and delete my current hubs. Probably going to do the same on Squidoo.

    That way, I can pick an account to keep, and from there, start fresh.

    It sucks that I feel that I have to do this. But again, it's quality over quantity anyway. Creating a new Hub everyday along with a new Squidoo page just doesn't sound right.

    I need to leave that to the Ezines.

    Thanks for your help guys.

 
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