Sorry for the noobish question., but are we allowed to promote our hubs by using Facebook or Twitter Ads?
I don't know about ads. I know you can share them on social media. I'd have to think you can because it seems you could promote them any way you want, short of link farms maybe. I mean, I would think if someone started a Facebook page for their web articles and then promoted their own posts through Facebook ads, that's a legit way to promote content.
You are allowed to use any non-invasive, legitimate methods you so choose to advertise your articles. Methods such as hiring a third-party data harvesting company to send out your work forcibly, to emails you wouldn't have otherwise had access to, that is against the rules.
Basically, legal advertising in any medium is perfectly fine.
I have not looked into doing this for several years but it is legal. Whether it is a good idea though is debatable. The potential increased traffic (increased income) was not worth the cost of the advertising.
This is true of search engine traffic, and even more so with social media sites. When most of us have surges in traffic due to social media impressions the income does not go up since I think the CPM we earn is much lower when the visits are from those sites.
Thank you very much.I´ll think about it and if it is actually worth it. Here, my main concern was legality, as I know about a couple of sites that might ban you for using that kind of promotion tools
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