I am new to HubPages. I want to advertise my own affiliate products that are not on ClickBank. Am I allowed to do so? The only way it seems I can add my hoplink is to upload a photo and attach a source URL. Is that allowed?
That is allowed, provided that the links are relevant for the contents of your hub. No more than two links to a single domain. Also, the hub should be informative in nature, not purely promotional.
You should read this first: http://hubpages.com/faq/#overly_promotional
by Cherri Brown-Jett6 years ago
Can we only advertize links with Adsense, amazon, ebay and kontera? Or can we advertize clickbank affiliate links on our hubs also? Could clickbank products be a tos violation for adsense? Please help me. I do not want...
by Darrin Perez3 years ago
As per subject title. I did a short(ish) stint of affiliate marketing back in 2011, made a few hundred dollars (I promoted an almost stupid amount of products, and it amounted to 1 or 2 sales for each product so it was...
by Kathleen Roberts-Marshall5 years ago
I hope this hasn't been addressed someplace. If so, I apologize but I can't seem to find the information.I know there are affiliate programs through HP, such as AdSense and Amazon (which I cannot use since I am in...
by BethanRose5 years ago
Hey guys. Well, i didn't think you could until I read an aritcle on here about linking pieces of text in a hub to the affiliate links of Clickbank products, etc. I thought I'd ask, because I do a little affiliate...
by Brie Hoffman5 years ago
Do you use it, how are their products?
by Dewette4 years ago
Hi. I`m new and confused. I didn`t think we were allowed to have a click bank link in an article but I see one posted and the hub is still active? Please help clear this up for me. Thanks,Patty
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