Some affiliate programs i want to join ask for my website and the website URL. Now i'm confused as to what to do.
Is the website supposed to be hubpages.com?
And is the website URL supposed to be my hub URL?
Appreciate a response.
As i remeber the website is hubpages.com and your URL would be your profile page. Hope this helps.
I would suggest using your profile page URL or maybe an URL to a hub geared towards the particular affiliate program.
Some affiliate programs just ask for this info without it really affecting you, while others will review your content before accepting you.
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