Is it a requirement to ask the owner of a product or good for permission to write about their product or good on hubpages?
In this case I am wondering about writing about a musical artist and at the bottom of page i say help support this artist and then i link thier cds with amazon module and ebay module.
You don't need permission from the owners to write or promote their products. Go ahead and make one.
But mind you music based product hubs won't give you much sales in my opinion.
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