Can a hubber at HP publish an interview of another hubber at HP?
One of my friends introduced me to HubPages and I could come to know that I can write content at HP for free. To acknowledge the efforts of my friend I took an interview of my friend to be published as my very first Hub at HP. Initially it was rejected as overly promotional due to links to pages published by my friend. Now I have resubmitted the HUB again. I am neither drawing any monetary benefit out of it nor I am related to my friends.To start with writing can a hubber at HP publish an interview of another hubber at HP?
I don't see why not, and to my knowledge it's been done before.
Yes. Several hubbers have done that in the past creating a series of hubs. Marcoujor is one of several.
Sure! We do it all the time! I can't even venture to guess the hundreds, maybe thousands have been done.
I've seen all types of interviews posted as hubs. In fact, I have four of my own although they're not with other hubbers. By your explanation, the reason it was considered overly promotional was because of the links. You can't have more than two links to the same website even if it's to different pages without running into that problem. If most of your links were to his individual hubs, they're under the same domain and were flagged. When you write a hub about someone else and think people would be interested in several of their hubs, the best way to provide a way for them to find them is to list the names of the hubs, but create a link to the person's profile page. If your friend also has a blog and a Facebook page, you can provide links to the HP profile and the other places without having any problems. A good guideline for any hub is to create only one or two links to any one website.
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