Hi! I have some new, men's titanium wedding rings/dress rings for sale. I have a created a store on ebay and I wondered if I was also able to simply place a classified ad on hub pages, so that people can view the items for sale and buy if they wish? Is this allowed on hubpages?
ya you can use eBay capsule and display yours product ads in hubs.
Hi, thanks so much for your advice. How do I use an ebay capsule? I've never heard of this before. Is there a classified section in hub pages where I can go? Look forward to hearing from you!
You'll want to read this, so that you know what is allowed and what is not.
Thanks relache, I definitely don't want to do anything that isn't allowed, so I appreciate the link. The thing is I have my own, new titanium men's rings to sell and I just wondered if there was a classfied / for sale section on hubpages where I could simply place an item description in the event someone wanted to buy one of them?
No there isn't. This is a site for writers, so you could write a few articles about your products with a link to them, but you would need to be aware of the overly promotional rules. Why not try craigslist if you're looking for a place for classified ads?
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