Are you allowed to refer to a hub you wrote when answering a question?
I saw someone else do it, so assumed it was okay, but saw somewhere else it could get your account removed. Who knows what is right?
Posting a link to your hub in the forum can get your account removed if you do it too much, but there is no problem with it in the answers section as long as it's relevant and answers the question.
Thanks! I'm new to this and don't want to screw up. I see now that I confused the forum and answers section.
If I have a hub that answers the question - yeah, but I didn't know that if abused that your account is canceled. I hope they give you a warning first beforfe cutting you off.
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