If Hubpages is against gambling, why is there a section for poker?
Will I get in trouble if I make a hub about poker basics? Or would that be promoting gambling?
Hubpages in not against gambling. They have no moral standpoint on this question.
They are against subjects that google will not serve ads on. Google have recently allowed ads on poker to be shown, so you can now write on this subject without fear. I have written a bunch of hubs on poker without a problem.
by jstankevicz 8 years ago
I'm back hubbing after a long lay off. One of the things I wanted to do was a series of Hubs on poker, specifically the home game and dealers choice games. I've done a bunch of them without complaint from HubPages.Joined Xomba to explore the backlink concept, and did two Xomblurbs discussing and...
by Cattleprod Media 8 years ago
Hi guys, I've written a great Hub on how to choose an online poker room. I have not included any links or affiliate capsules. It is 100% informative and not promotional at all. It doesn't mention any online poker rooms either. Is it okay to post a Hub like this?Cheers and thanks in advance for your...
by Daisy Mariposa 6 years ago
Why do some people use the HubPages Q&A section for doing research?Why do some people prefer to ask questions in Q&A that can easily be answered by doing research on Google?
by Doc Wordinger 6 years ago
Just after I signed up to HubPages in early 2011, I published three hubs about poker.One hub is about the greatest ever poker players, another is a product review of the best poker products (tables, chips etc) on Amazon and the other hub is a 'how to' article about organizing a home poker...
by Kristy Callan 4 years ago
When I look at the questions section of hubpages I see pages and pages of silly questions. A lot of the time, when I click on "unanswered" or "latest" I see that the same person has asked ten or so questions in a row. I suspect that in most cases this is because of the fact that...
by theirishobserver. 7 years ago
Switzerland's highest court has banned tournaments of the high-stakes poker game Texas hold 'em outside casinos.
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