My husband would like to write a hub for me on one of his interests. Is it OK if he does this on my account? I figured I'd give him credit in my intro and definitely wouldn't count it toward my 30 hubs challenge, but I want to make sure this is accepted here.
People outsource hub writing all the time. One or two admitted to hiring people to write some of their 100 hubs in 30 days challenge hubs. So I think this should be okay.
Sure it's acceptable, it's your account, but why not encourage your husband to become a member.
There are several accounts here that are team run... He Said She Said comes to mind as well as 2Patricias
So go for it.
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