I am building a hub of my top ten Google Chrome Extensions. For each one of these top ten items, I would like to place a link to the exact extension on the Google Chrome homepage.
This is in no way self promotional, however would this end up being flagged by Hubpages?
In a very similar style article where I outlined a bunch of firefox extensions I was forced to find alternate download sites from the main mozilla ext page
But, Supposedly some domains are whitelisted...maybe the big G gets more hublove than mozilla did
There's a good chance it could. Build the lens, save as unpublished and see if you get any warnings.
Ahh ok, it seems we are on similar principles so I am just going to leave a link to the main extensions page at the top.
While teh links might be more useful, it is jsut going to have to do unless I get the OK from those Hubpages staff up on high! :p
well, if you care...its usually not hard to find an alternate download source.
The developers of each plug in usually have their own page and download links
I might do it if I have time, I have immigrations, a wedding, and an operation coming up in the next three months, so for teh most part I'm spending all my tiem making some cash. I'm a self employed writer, so when I'm out of action my income drops!
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