Does anyone know if you are allowed to include pricing comparisons for products and services on Hubs in the perspective of what a person running a business can plan to budget for if they choose to use said product or service?
I don't see why not as long as it otherwise meets HP's, Terms of Service. http://hubpages.com/help/user_agreement
Yes girly_girl09 and saleheensblog I have read the TOS and saw nothing specifically saying anything on the topic. I guess I will try it on my next Hub as intended and hope it does not fall into some magical grey area of evil Hubber activity.
I've wondered about this for awhile as showing prices in some instances for services you have affiliate deals with can possibly encourage more clicks.
I will do so as an experiment and then if it flies by with no problems perhaps I will have to go back and restructure may Hubs to do the same.
Thanks for the replies!
I think I read in the Amazon Associates terms of service that you can't list product prices anywhere in your copy. You can check it yourself. Don't know about eBay.
But I imagine that ballpark figures that are not connected to specific products are fine.
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