I am quite new to the world of computers and even newer to Hub Pages. From what I have read, I thought I was supposed to post the link to my ad in the http:// of my page. I tried and it didnt stick. That cant be right. Does anybody know the answer to this little issue ? Thank You.
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Thank You for answering so quickly. I have read tons of information and I still feel a bit confused. So for example, my Recipe Hub calls for Coconut Oil as an ingredient. Google has put an ad for Coconut Oil on my page. However, I was not approved by AdSense due to lack of content. Does that mean that I will earn nothing if a reader buys the Coconut Oil from my page? Id prefer a link for Coconut Oil from Amazon to be posted to my page instead. I have the link made. But where do I post it?
You add an Amazon capsule and select the product from there.
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