I put affiliate links from google aff. network when I click on them I get a message not active link. Would it be because its my aff. link. Me clicking on it? Can someone click the link to see if they get a message? Let me know either way. Thanks!
I think it's because of the Google links. Where did you get the link, and the other thing is did you use a link capsule? Those have been on the blink. I put any affiliate links in the body of the text, also make sure it is a text link and not a banner link.
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