Just curious as to the up or down side in labelling a hub commercial?
I see the rules for so labelling them, but I haven't seen anywhere that tells me what actual effect this has. I generally just tick the box to be on the safe side but I wondered if its hurting me in anyway?
Labelling Commercial Hubs simply means that you are permitting Hubpages and Google to show Ads on your Hubs.
You can read about commercial labels here. Be sure to check the sticky thread in the "Need Help?" forum for answers to questions commonly asked in the forums.
by BennyTheWriter6 years ago
Hey good people,I'm ready to take on the challenge (possibly a HubChallenge) of writing sales hubs and promoting Amazon products specifically. But I'm wondering if I should create a new profile for that...
by SunSeven9 years ago
Hi Paul,If a hub is classified as 'commercial' will it be having a 'nofollow' tag? If so is it alright to publish them and will it effect the overall hubscores? Thanks
by Aya Katz7 years ago
And still I haven't gotten any money out of it!What am I doing wrong? Anyone care to advise?
by Mark Ewbie6 years ago
It's nice to get comments on hubs, but I am less sure about their value on commercial hubs. In fact I am tempted to leave them off.I think there are two games in town - the internal Hubber traffic - very nice no...
by Linda Jo Martin6 years ago
I've seen some hubs with affiliate links on them... such as from Commission Junction. Is there a HubPages policy on using these types of links?
by Paul Deeds6 years ago
Fresh on the heels of accolades, we've just released another new feature that I'm pretty excited about. You can now see the top search terms that people are using to reach your hubs broken out by search...
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