I was wondering if its possible for me to link to a hub that was not written by me and be able to make money from it by just linking to it.
Like for instance I have a blog about "Anime" if I link to a few good hubs can I make a percentage from it.I think it said something about it in the leaningcenter.
If anyone has actually seen any differences from it please let me know.
Every hub has an affiliate link built in. Just click on the "Share" button near the comments field, then copy the link provided and use that to create a link from your own hub. You will then be getting a percentage of the Adsense impressions from that Hub each time a visitor to your hub clicks on the link.
Cool thanks for the reply it helped answer my question and it was to the point thanks.
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