Just wondering. I don't mean making a page with ONLY affiliate links, but one or two simple links to sites related to our hub.
It is allowed.
Even if you are only linking to one or two affiliate products be sure to only post the link once. So choose the best spot when to have the link.
Having it several times will scream spam not only to HubPages but also to the average net surfer.
Thanks. I'm not trying to spam, honestly, but if I can turn people on to some good resources, and make a little $$, why not?
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