You can I would recommend placing it on your profile and linking it to the site that it is located at. Many hubbers promote themselves on there profile.
I wrote a Hub on how to promote your novel, and hubpages can be part of that strategy. I won't post a link here as it's frowned on, but you'll find it via my profile.
Thanks. I didn't want to break any rules and that's why I've asked the question.
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