To what extent can we hub advocating a specific product?
For instance can we hub about a specific brand of chocolate or cell phone?
I would like to know the answer to that also. I'd like to promote my book, but am not sure if I'm allowed to.
As long as you follow the rules laid out at http://hubpages.com/hub/Overly-Promotional and your hubs are readable, of a decent length, and don't break AdSense's TOS, you're fine.
by Leigha Havard4 weeks ago
I created a hub explaining what my book is about and shared a link on where it can be found. It was like a small book report/review. I wasn't making remarks telling people to buy the book, I was simply throwing...
by blrmanagement5 years ago
Hi! I am new to Hubpages and I am trying to post my first article but I have been flag as Overly Promotional. I already change the 'Links' so it looks as natural as possible but it did not pass the test. So I am hoping...
by Paula Atwell2 years ago
Is there a balance of Amazon products on a page that makes a hub overly promotional? Or is it dependent on the individual hub (over and beyond the 50 words per product)?
by Marlene Bertrand5 years ago
What do you do when you read a hub that is purely promotional?The hub itself may be well-written and enjoyable, but clearly it is all about promoting a company, product, or service. Do you flag it? Do you ignor it? Do...
by Renz Kristofer Cheng5 years ago
What is your opinion on people who join in Hubpages just to promote something?When I Hub Hop, I often encounter overly promotional Hubs. And when you visit the Hubber's profile, you'll only see 1 or 2 posts, and both...
by Shadaan Alam4 years ago
I am really stressed out, whenever i am writing hub i always get a mail from HP sometimes it says hub has unrelated links, sometimes unrelated products, sometimes it says it is overly promotional etc etc...the saddest...
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