I'm tearing my hair out looking for TOS under 'about us,' 'learning center,' etc., and can't seem to find an answer to this: If a Hub is written as humor-perhaps with a disclaimer up top-would it be allowed? I'm thinking of a Hub with a gambling casino at the center of the story. Robbery would also be part of the theme.
I've written the team with this question, but also want your feedback.
Thank you for the word of the day.
I am ashamed to say I figured the meaning of verboten but still had to look it up.
A day in which you learn something new is never wasted. Gracias!
I don't see any difference between whether it is shaped as a promotion, a review, a critique, an analysis, a story or something else. If it were otherwise, it would be far too easy to camouflage any promotion as a story. I advise that you disable the ads and avoid any promotional links.
Thanx, megs...glad I could assist in locating that word.
Thanx again-to everyone!
So, I'm off to take a serious crack at fiction.
We shall see!
Please let me know when you are done, I'll be there to read and comment.
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