On my own website I have put an Amazon Associates (affiliate) ad for the same product on more that one post. The product is very relevant to the posts. I'm wondering if this has any bad effect as far as Google is concerned. I don't consider it spam but I'm wondering if it's considered spam, or something like that, by Google.
I don't think that will be a problem. Google considers relevancy, as long as you do not repeat same post or article again, the product whether a link through a banner should not be a problem/I think as long as the content is relevant to the product you will be allright.
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