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I have just had an email from a marketing manager of a company whose products I published a hub on. She was very complimentary of my article and asked me if I would mind adding a link to their website.
How should I respond? I have heard of people bartering for links, is this one of those chances to do that? Shall I ask her if she would add a link from their site to my hub? Never had this before so not sure how to deal with it.
I'd definitely get something for it. People have contacted me about paying to put a link on a hub. (My money-grubbing reputation probably preceded me.) But I didn't feel like dealing with all of that on HP so I just said no. Now, that I've read this is what HP would like to have happen (in one of Paul Edmondson's blogs I think) I'd probably refer them to the HP team.
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by Dan Harmon2 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
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by Rochelle Frank4 years ago
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by Elisabeth Sowerbutts5 years ago
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by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
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