when you are making a new hub the first module is for the title, the category and there's a box you can check or leave unchecked.
it says "this hub can be considered commercial."
so, I never know whether to check the box or uncheck it.
it is checked already.
I have been unchecking it because I myself, as the hubber am not selling anything.
however, I'm confused! google and kontera can be said to be the commercial interests.
question: do I just let the check stay there or uncheck it?
yes, I am trying to make some money. yet I thought there are some hubbers who do offer a tangible product, which perhaps gets sent through the mail, whereby that would be commercial, to me.
so teach me something you guys that have been here longer and actually know what's going on...thanks! LR
There was a similar thread a few weeks ago. Here is my response to it: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/24598#post445722
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