I know before that you could use affiliate links (your own private affiliates - not amazon or ebay) but I know certain terms have changed. Just wanted to make sure before I post any links in my articles. Thanks
Quick and easy answer, NO! Even if your linking to a website that promotes e-books will send up a red flag from my experience. You are better off building your own website to promote affiliate products, then your free to do what you want But, hubpages is a great place to practice your writing skills and see what's hot and whats not, plus the community is fun and interactive, you can meet a lot of awesome and talented people to help you on your journey. Good Luck!
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