I am about to start writing hubs on some client applications and just now started with my first hub on that topic. What I am having Doubt is can it be considered commercial or not?
I am only giving description about the product or the service, and a link to get there.
Please refer this Hub and Do advice.
Any sort of idea will be a great help. Thanks
yes, it can I'm pretty sure that just means that the hub complies with Google's TOS. Someone correct me if I'm wrong- and it means they will put ads on your hub.
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