Am I allowed to, e.g., write an article on some product that has an affiliate program and put my referral link and make income that way? What are the limitations concerning that kind of marketing? Also, can I, e.g., pick a particular Amazon book, and put my own link to that book on Amazon with my code and earn income that way? (Therefore not using the built-in Amazon ad feature) Hope you got me
We are not going to prevent you from embedding your own affiliate links -- just don't abuse our generosity (for instance by turning the ad level down to none as well). We want our author's to be successful, but in order to provide this service we need to share somewhat in that success.
by Lena Kovadlo6 years ago
What is the minimum I have to earn on Amazon Affiliate Program in order to actually get paid?Lena
by Christy Kirwan2 days ago
Hi all, please stop by the HubPages Blog to check out our new updates to in-text Amazon links that will go live later today. Let us know if you have any questions.
by Stacie L11 months ago
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by Laura Rash4 years ago
If I write a hub on visiting a tourist area and want to link some of the places I've been to their websites - is there a way to make money doing this? What's the best way to handle this type of situation?As an example -...
by Will Apse16 months ago
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by Laura Schneider2 years ago
I tried to add an amazon capsule to a hub the other day. Hm. No results. In fact, a search on "book" turned up no results. Very interesting. The hub tool must be broken.Later, I went to check on my Amazon...
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