It would be great if after subdomains and google plus,hubpages would take a look at amazon.co.uk.
You can have one link to Amazon for EVERY 50 words in your hub
I only put one affiliate link to Amazon.co.uk in my hubs. Just offer UK viewers the AmazonUK page that has several items listed of the type of product you are selling in the hub.
If they are remotely interested they will click through, and now your cookie is on their computer. With any luck they will go shopping
My Amazon UK sales are doing pretty well despite being just the one link that is not targetted the way my Amazon.com links are.
You can only have 2 links to each affiliate. It is different with the capsules where as viking305 said you need 50 works per ad...but that is only for Amazon.com.
You could use those two links to point to a stores, so that there would be much bigger product choice for your reader, rather than two specified products
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