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Can I use Aweb links from my website?

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I'm not sure that the working of my question explains what I mean well, so let me expand.

In my website there is a "news" tab where I like to add recent annoucements made by HMRC for example.

Could I add links to some Aweb articles on that page too?

I've got the feeling this may be a naive question and that Aweb would be more than happy for me to do so. But I'd like to be sure.

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By lionofludesch
28th Oct 2021 18:26

I don't mind but you ought to ask the site-owners.

The forum's not the place.

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By Cylhia66
28th Oct 2021 18:38

ok. Will do.

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By Paul Crowley
28th Oct 2021 18:28

Good question
My website is a sift product and they do not add links to Aweb
I wish they did given that clients could see my comments

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By SteveHa
29th Oct 2021 08:59

Ahem, are you sure you want clients seeing some of your comments?

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By Paul Crowley
29th Oct 2021 09:59

Yeh
But most are Ok

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By SXGuy
29th Oct 2021 08:24

I asked aweb years ago whether I was allowed to use their rss feeds in my website. The answer then was yes. It may have changed but I doubt it since its free backlinking for them.

My advice is if you do use articles to credit and link back to the source, that way everyone is happy.

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By Justin Bryant
29th Oct 2021 09:45

They would be a bit mad to object to that. The more the merrier I'd have thought.

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By Arthur Putey
29th Oct 2021 12:19

Accountant: "Hey clients, look at the links on our site to something called Aweb"
Client: "Great, I see it has an Any Answers section, I'll go on there and ask my questions rather than paying you to do so."
Accountant: "Good idea, I might even answer them under my alias of {Bob Loblaw}*".

* insert name of favourite contributor

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
29th Oct 2021 13:44

Client: "I might even pose a question regarding your fee levels/integrity/propensity for discussing my business at the golf club."
Accountant: "In which event I'll definitely use my {Bob Loblaw} alias, most probably to poke fun at you."
Client: "Tallulah....!"

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By Arthur Putey
29th Oct 2021 14:21

Client: "Any Answers appears to be 50% posturing and 50% moaning about Xero"
Accountant: "What do you expect from the internet?"

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By stepurhan
29th Oct 2021 14:34

I believe it is possible to posture and moan about Xero at the same time.

Multitasking!

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By Arthur Putey
29th Oct 2021 16:56

Bonus points for doing both in the same thread!

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