Can I use social media to promote if I fill in Form – No United States Activities Certification?
I want to fill a taxation form for a Non-US based person. It tells me that I must not author, maintain my hubs or do any marketing in the US. Does this mean that I can't use sites like pinterest, twitter, facebook to promote?
by Jennifer B 13 months ago
A few years back when I did Examiner.com, the writers were always talking about where is the best places to promote our work. I feel like once you use all your social media accounts, hit up any forums related to your topic, reddit, and network with people you know, you're really out of places...
by Arthur Fontes 8 years ago
Are we Capitalists? Are we a Democracy? Are we a Republic? What definition would best describe the form of government that the United States currently possesses?
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
So, on the one hand, it is said you should promote Hubs on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Google+; and of course, don't get spam-tastic. Maybe use hashtags so the content is more easily found. The other option often suggested is to comment on forums and have your signature there or something...
by George Poe 8 years ago
Hi all...I've been using social media to promote my hubs for some time with reasonable success and have come upon something which I want to throw out there to see what comes back;Social media as we all know is about sharing quality content and NOT about self promotion; great when you are earning a...
by Jeremy Gill 13 months ago
How do you promote your articles if the topic isn't searched extensively?A find my articles on well-known subjects (like Pokemon and Star Wars) tend to see traffic easily, but other works of mine (example below) see little despite what I consider interesting writing. How do you get the word out...
by GwennyOh 5 years ago
Yesterday I read a thread that pointed out an HP term pertaining to self promotion. At a quick read over it seemed to suggest that self promotion is banned here. Does this mean social media too or what does it exactly mean...? I read the page the link went to and didn't fully...
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