Are we allowed to use a title such as, '5 beauty products as seen on Today show' ?
I searched the HP info, but couldn't find anything.
yes you can use that title. . . .just as long as the title is related to the contents of your hub, then you can use it
you have the right to use any title that is related to your hub.all the best
It seems like the real question, or bigger issue is
Can we use trademarks in our Hub titles
The current accepted policy (not for hubs-rather for all the net)
www.not-ok-in-subdomain.def not in domain.com/totally ok here
Its a small risk with most brands anyway..but only a domain is officially registered so can be regulated, a sub-domain is ok in 98% of cases.
while the third section of a url usually the page designation, is comparable to a newspaper headline, if your writing about the brand of course you will be using its name, and it is ok and non enforcable
1. www.nike-reviews.com (not ok)
2. www.nike.shoereviews.com ok, but more in the gray area
3 www.shoereviews.com/nike 100% ok
You hub titles are always examples of the third layout option
They say you learn something new everyday! Thanks Sunforged
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