Can someone explain to me if this is allowed: submitting our tracker coded link to digg or other social bookmarking sites?
I don't want to be in violation of any rules. I seem to understand from somewhere that we should try to promote links to our hubpages, to improve our hubscore.
Thanks in advance,
The Digg terms of service prohibit submitting affiliate links. Most social bookmarking sites have a similar policy.
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