l just went through the new publishing standards and l realize that affiliate programs are now frowned on by hub pages.
My question is, does hub pages maintain a list of affilite companies that it disallows?
If such exists, l will appreciate the url
by stevemark1220007 years ago
If you are like me, your inbox is being bombarded daily with emails from gurus claiming to have the perfect opportunity. I always say if it sounds to good to be true it probably is. Last week, I came across an affiliate...
by Nowreen10 months ago
I am a newbie blogger. Can you tell me when it's best to apply for google Adsense or amazon affiliates programs?
by dtr2 years ago
This is a lie.In the footer of the website must no statements about me (the author) be made that are wrong.In my case the author doesn't "earn revenue on this page" and he hasn't any "affiliate...
by marcel2856 years ago
turn around and ask you for cash?? I have searched for many genuine affiliate programs that claim that you will make a ton of money, and not one of them doesn't actually require you to spend money.I applied for free...
by cblack6 years ago
So I was signed up as an affiliate with amazon for a year or two and all of the sudden they cancelled my account and said it is no langer available in my state. I have applied for Ebay's affiliate program several times...
by michifus4 years ago
I have noticed that all of my hubs that contain affiliate links have now been marked as being in violation of the terms and conditions of hubpages.Hubpages must have forgotten to mention that affiliate links are now...
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