I am a Newbie- so please be gentle!lol
As author of a book - it is already on Amazon and I include that link to each hub. However, I have my book in pdf format which I email deliver for immediate use - Which also means IF it is purchased directly from me - it can cost much less - (no Amazon fees, etc) Plus, I can send it withing minutes of purchase.
Can I add a link or paypal or google checkout button to my hubs?
Or how can I do this??
Sorry for the length, but input is appreciated!
To answer you, yes, no and no.
And as far as links go, be sure to read the entry in the FAQ/help section on what constitutes overly-promotional behavior, as linking to the same URL or domain to frequently can incur a score penalty or get hubs moderated.
I don't think you can do that-- but wait for a more competent answer. You may even want to ask the staff by emailing;
I have a book listed on Amazon, too, and I have had people from here emailing me directly about it from my email contact on my profile page.
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