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.
by Lynne Modranski 21 months ago
Every time my hubs get edited the only changes that are ever made are the deletion of my Amazon modules. What's up? They are relevant and usually only one! I make money on those links (some days more than I make on ad revenue). I need to know what the problem is with my...
by Lena Kovadlo 7 years ago
What does 'Other Clicks' mean in the Amazon Associates Affiliate Program?When I go to my amazon associates account my product link clicks show zeros but my other clicks actually show clicks. What else can hubbers click on besides product links? And what does that mean?
by Carlos Santo 8 years ago
I have just started a website and am wandering how I increase its rank in google. No doubt it will take a couple of days most likely to register with google but after that what happens? For instance if i post the link <no links please> for example on other websites will that increase that...
by Andrew 12 months ago
Well, I haven't had any problems with the edit bot correcting spelling and grammar, but the HubPro editors do nothing but remove amazon capsules. I haven't edited many of my Hubs since way before the Bot and HubPro was a thing - but since I had to update Hubs because of the removal of float right,...
by Will Apse 2 years ago
There is a real need to purge Amazon ads from this site but there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it.Pages that have multiple Amazon ads but get good traffic from search engines are obviously not a problem. Google will have hit them long ago if they were triggering spam filters.What...
by Joyce_RL 9 years ago
Hello there!I am a new hub member and still not familiar with how everything works here. I signed in to amazon associates affiliate program, how will it work?.Thanks!
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