Sorry if it's been asked before but I enjoy betting and thought I'd post some hubs about it. Am I breaking any rules? I wouldn't put affiliate links as I understand these are frowned upon. Just opinions about what works and what should be avoided.
Also, which section? I thought "personal finance" as I see financial risk taking of any sort as coming under personal finance. I'd even say "making money".
My recommendation is that you read Google's rules on allowed and disallowed content instead of asking for people's opinions. After all, it's the Google TOS that actually sets the majority of content guidelines for this site.
I'll BET That if you check out Mark Knowles @ his HP page (just search his name) - that you will see how well you need to write if you are considering Card games.
Mark kind of set the standard here for great hubs on the subject..
But forget slots and casinos... unless you are going to write on their pitfalls or how to deal with problem gambling!
See that picture that I'm painting?
Thanks for the advice. You can BET that I will take on board what you've said.
Agree with slots and casinos. We're certainly thinking the same.
I just wanted to check it was fine because I use Betfair and hear they have a problem with getting approval in the USA for some reason.
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