In my hub can I refer to other people business and give info on that business as it relate to the article.
I thought you could talk about anything in Hubpages, so why not!
The terms say you can't write any hubs that are "overly promotional". A hub about a specific product (or business) that state nothing but good things (e.g. not a review) about it I think are part of that.
The advertisements come from ads. If I understood it right, posting advertisements on an advertisement-based magazine for example isn't acceptable.
And adult content isn't allowed either. You certainly can't post anything you wanted.
by Rumana 5 years ago
Can I write a hub for promoting someones business?One of my friend is having a huge business of ladies had bags and shoes. He is exporting it to various countries.And he wants me to promote his business online. So I thought of writing a hub for it.But I am not sure if it is allowed to...
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
What is your opinion on people who join in Hubpages just to promote something?When I Hub Hop, I often encounter overly promotional Hubs. And when you visit the Hubber's profile, you'll only see 1 or 2 posts, and both are used to promote something (i.e. their products, etc). What's your view on this?
by lex123 7 years ago
How can I correct a hub where I'm not promoting anything, which marks "overlypromoting"?I now notice that one of my old hubs (a recipe hub) has marked in pink saying needs revision, and overly promoted. When I checked they had some amazon links and I removed them completely. I also...
by Giani Noyez 5 years ago
A hub purely about promoting your companyIs this labelled as overly promotional and should this be reported?
by Leigha Havard 7 months ago
I created a hub explaining what my book is about and shared a link on where it can be found. It was like a small book report/review. I wasn't making remarks telling people to buy the book, I was simply throwing knowledge out there about a new book!
by Karl Magi 16 months ago
I'm new to this whole Hubbing gig and I'm curious about how one avoids having articles being rejected for being spammy? The article I submitted was an interview with a musician and the only thing that I can think is that she made too many references to her latest album and/or various aspects of her...
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