Hi wonder if anyone can help.
When you write a hub and include a link to show for example a site where you had booked a holiday. Can you add your google affiliate code so taht if anyone goes to the site and books a holiday you get commission and if so how do you do it or doesnt it work like that..Thanks
You're a good looking Stallion Christineharper
Welcome to HP.... but your answer is No... Sorry
The closest you can get to this is outting a couple of affiliate links in your text, however actual code is not allowed.
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