I want to ask about, can I directly advertise my hubs or hubpage profile through Adword or through any other service ? It is legal or not.
Not through adwords. You don't own the site... I'm not sure if any proper paid advertisements would allow you to advertise through them unless you actually owned the website.
It's best just to backlink on social book marking sites or on relevant sites and forums that allow comments.
Buy and develop your own site... Then you have the opportunity to really work hard
I add my hubs links to different social networking site & forum. But this is very looooong process & I am also not know about SEO (I think now time for reading different Hubs).
I buy own domain definitetly in future
My next question is
Can I advertise through my domain which forward to Hubpages ?
(Sorry, my English not good, my mother tounge is "Hindi" )
In a Nutshell.. I believe that You can gain advertising and affiliate partners with your own site... which you can promote within the HP terms, so that you can direct traffic to that domain and visa versa.
Apparently, no one understands your question?
I think I do.
Sure you can ..go ahead. You can advertise any site via adwords, there is no ownership verification process.
But it will be hard (not impossible) to catch a term that converts when you only get 60% impressions!
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