I have noticed that on this forum, people frequently post links to their hubs or even their Lulu stores; apparently to give information of interest to writers and/or to request feedback on their writing. Is this practice allowed / tolerated on this forum?
It's allowed if it's part of a discussion. If a thread is started just to publicize your own content it is frowned upon.
Thanks, Uninvited. I have had a hard time figuring this out. Seems to me that what may be reported elsewhere is being tolerated or merely "frowned upon" here...
Great response, I appreciate that. Rules are rules, even here...
by Website Examiner 5 years ago
With the growing number of Hubbers that have published or self-published a book, an e-book, or other literary works, why not give them a self-promotion forum. Allow them to post relevant links there, for the benefit of authors and readers. Also, let them describe their works and authorship, link to...
by The Write Life 20 months ago
I would like to share some articles on Reddit. I have a pretty good grasp of the workings I think, as far as subreddits, sharing system etc. Just wondering if anyone had thoughts or experience sharing, using the site, things of that nature. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
by rebekahELLE 9 years ago
hello all, I'm still relatively new on HP and am still learning how this site works~~ I have noticed recently that some hubbers seem to be able to self- promote with links and yet others are quickly silenced. can someone please clarify what self-promotion is here in the forums? and yes, I...
by David B Katague 3 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!Here is my article: My First Thanksgiving Day in the United States and my Impressions of the US as a Graduate Student in 1960
by Bev G 19 months ago
There seems to be quite a lot of it lately.Look left before posting "Do not start threads for the sole purpose of promotion or posting links." I would also add, don't respond to a post with your own link either. You can point out that you have a hub that might help someone, but don't link.
by Tom Radford 7 years ago
Having been in the blogosphere for about six months now and having reverted to type ie. writing comedy, I've found it a little hard to find like minds and places to comment or find followers writing this kind of material. As well as my blog page I've setup my own comedy blog newspaper <snipped...
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