New guy here and I must say, I'm really scared as to what content I can or can't publish. I love sharing information but most of the things I can immediately put up are reviews and tips about products.
In particular, I'm sure there's hubs on games like chess and hobbies like painting. I also read the restrictions on gambling which kinda confused me about how to approach this topic.
I played a tabletop strategy game called Warhammer 40,000, by Games Workshop. If I posted content about the game (reviews, strategy guides, hints and tips, etc.) would that be considered advertising the game or merchandise? I'm fully aware of their strict policies on revealing in-game content (i.e. stats and rules only available through buying their books) but I haven't seen any hubs on it.
Hi, welcome to Hubpages!
And yes you can post loads of articles about Warhammer and that would be a great subject as it appears not many write about it! In fact it would work well as you write about information (strategy guides) which mean you earn more from Adsense and even specific product reviews which mean you earn from Amazon!
You could even do -top Warhammer 40000 Pieces -best Warhammer army
---- Warhammer review!
Honestly you could write 100 articles about it!
Hobbies are a great thing to write about, especially if you've got that detailed specialist knowledge. If you can add a "how to" dimension then so much the better, because that's what a lot of people will be searching for.
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