I have a hub on eTextbooks. I included links to the different services that I reviewed and compared. Will these be considered forbidden links? I know eBooks are but eTextbooks are somewhat different, have little written on them, and are a new market. None of my links are affiliate links.
by Boogr6 years ago
Would you rather simply click, or turn the page?
by Lisa HW5 years ago
I have a Hub that makes the point that leaving babies to cry isn't harmless. The site, "Dr Sears" has lots of different articles that essentially point out the same thing. One the one hand, I was...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉)6 years ago
I've searched around for answers about putting up aff links, and my concluded understanding is we can add no more than two links that point to one particular merchant, so I thought I could use for example multiple...
by belief7139 years ago
I am a little bit confused about how this works.One of my hubs got flagged because I had more than two link cloakers on it. It was flagged for the no more than 2 redirects to the same domain, which I understand, but the...
by Sam Montana2 years ago
Is a link to my own blog considered an affiliate link? I want to link from a Hubpages article I am writing to an article on my blog that further describes what I am writing about in the article.
by sunforged5 years ago
This is getting ridiculous, well, it has always been ridiculous.What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is so damn hard about making a list of sites you consider prohibited?What is...
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