How do I add the code that auto adds the banner? Or is there some other way to do it?
Thanks for your advice.
All the best,
You cannot manually add affiliate ads to your Hub content.
Doing so is likely to result in your Hub being moderated as promotional.
I would strongly advise looking over the Learning Center and familiarizing yourself with the site policies.
The instructions about adding banners is for your own blog or website. You can't add them on HubPages (or most other revenue-sharing sites). The same applies to all the affiliate networks like ShareASale, Affiliate Future, etc.
What you can do is create text links, or put the code in the source URL section of images. However you can have only TWO links to Clixgalore in a Hub.
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