HB policies about clicking on ads and makeing purchases from fellow hubbers.Ive also read we arent allowed to click or purchase from others hubs at all. Really confused here!
Clicking ads is against the policy(TOS) of Hubpages and Adsense.
However, you can purchase any product you choose from any hub that you visit. It's common knowledge that Amazon doesn't always have the best price.
So, with that said. I hope I helped.
Thanks for clarifying the (TOS)!. I am aware of course clicking ones own ads is against policy however, wasn't sure about clicking ads of other hubs I visit because I wouldnt click unless truly interested.
Sometimes I see products I'm interested in now I know I can go ahead and purchase from other hubs.
With all the policies sometimes a little clarification goes a long way.
You are the only person to reply within 34 hrs. Appreciate the help.
I am a fan of yours now!
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