Suppose I've written a hub and I want to post it's link in the related forum then what should I do?
Is it permitted to post the link in the forum section?
If yes, then how to do so?
Is it really helpful in gaining traffic within the hubpages and among other section?
Give reply if possible. Thanks.
Do you mean in the forum here on HubPages? That's not permitted.
Hello Shampa, the short answer is no.
You can post it here, in this particular forum but not for gaining traffic, just to get some assistance.
The forums are no help other than for others to see you and perhaps click on your profile.
Simply cut and paste the URL to here if you need help with your hub.
Welcome to hubpages.
Oops, not quite! The only place you're allowed to post your Hub is in the section called "Extreme Hub Makeover" - to ask others for suggestions and feedback.
And when you post your link in the Extreme Make over section be prepared to get critiqued..
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by Thomas Swan 6 years ago
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