I have been approached by another website who want to set up an affiliate arrangement that would involve the placing of mutual links between their site and some of my Hubs, with the possibility of my earning commission payments from them.
I am sure that there is something in the rules about this - and I am darned certain that the answer is NO! - but where exactly is this covered?
On hubs that are unique content you can include up two non-amazon, non-ebay affiliate links in your hubs.
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