for example, if i was to review two clickbank products against each other could i include affiliate links?
If your Hub was 100% original, never-before-published-online content, and there were only TWO links to clickbank.com, no more, then you would be within the HubPages TOS.
I thought that by doing comparisons of products side by side that i would be able (hopefully) to keep the content original as there are probably 10,000 reviews for every product on clickbank out there on the net.
(original) content is king
I think you are allowed direct affiliate links - not dead sure. I usually put the direct link on my blog and then refer to the blog post to send people to the link. I have just used this technique in my most recent hub on Affiliate Marketing Automation
Yes, Jenny knows what she is talking about
Also, try to read here http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/4668 , it might answer some of your questions
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