Hello, I am new to this. I have not put in a hub as yet. My question is should I apply to amazon or anywhere before writing a hub or write a few and then apply? I currently am not signed up with anyone yet. Just need some advice on how I should proceed.
Also, where is the best places to get pictures and are they needed?
Thanks, for any direction on getting started.
There are also hubs that tell you where you can find free photos and pictures, just search for them as well.
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