I just started a new website, most of which is links back to my Hubs right now. I'm wondering if it's o.k. to post a logo with a link back to my website in my hubs, or use the logo as my profile pic?
You can put almost whatever you like in as your profile picture.
I don't think adding a link to every hub is a great idea (links on hubs should be relevant to the content of the hub). I would suggest just putting a link on your profile page, and then maybe on a few of your hubs (in appropriate places).
Thanks, Paul. I'll do that. I'll probably just put the links on the Index pages that have links to all my other hubs on that subject.
Do you think adding the link at the bottom of the hub would be appropriate, like "For more Frugal ideas, visit <my website>"?
I'm using my website to promote HubPages, so I think it's only fair that I can promote the website here, tactfully, of course. That's why I asked.
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