Where would one put a hub about a store that sells food products? I have a hub review about a store that sells nothing but popcorn and popcorn seasoning. Where about would I put that?
by WriteAngled 6 years ago
I'm wondering if anyone can enlighten me on copyright and attribution issues with respect to products sold on Amazon. If I write a hub that focuses specifically on one or more Amazon products, where do I stand with respect to using the full-size images corresponding to the products I select for the...
by Jane@CM 8 years ago
I think I understand RSS feed - a little. My question is, on many hubs they have a feed that delivers updated articles on the topic they've written on, for example an article on Dallas has a feed with 7 or 8 articles that constantly change...where do you find the feeds or is the hubber using...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
Thanks to all the HubMobsters who took part in the Crafts & Handiwork HubMob, your contributions were outstanding. Some of you made it to the front of the category page for Arts and Crafts, while others gained first place in Google's front pages. Even more importantly, I believe...
by Whitney 8 years ago
I'm sorry that I have so many questions about the category placements.How is "Health Restrictions" an ethic or tradition in the food category? Would it be better fit with the Health category that is already there? Like change "Health Restrictions" to "Food...
by bloggerdollar 11 years ago
First of all Hello to all hubbers,I'm new in community maybe you've seen some of my articles.I have a question about Amazon affiliates. I've never used amazon before so I got sth to ask.I am using the amazon widget given with the hub pages. When I go check for my amazon reports I see under link...
by Whitney 8 years ago
Why are there two different categories for cookware?One is in food > Kitchen Equipment & Cookware and the other is in Home and Family > Kitchen > Cookware
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