from what i have heard i think it would be okay if you are not connected to it.
if you are not self-promoting then it should be okay.
you could always write a hub about it and post the link on the hub
i have surfed around here enough to know that would be ok.
will one of you other rule experts please help the lady here?
usually it's not best to start a thread with a link, although people do. if you want, you could simply post the name of the website without a link. that way people can check it out if they want. I'm sure there would be some who are interested, especially if the prize is $$.
btw, welcome to both of you! enjoy.
Ok so I got click happy and deleted my original question. Thank you both for taking time to answer. The prizes weren't $$ so I think I'll err on the side of caution. I don't want it to look like I'm promoting another site.
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