What is the difference? Using Google Affiliate Links in a Hub or a Hub that is totally Commercial?
I use Google Affiliates in some of my BLOGs, and I started placing linsk, 2-3 of these into some of my Hubs. I eventually gor a message that my Hubs were overly promotional.
Now, I see some Hubbers that are writing Hubs that are blatantly commercial and even include Google ADs that are for specific matching products.
Is there some subtle difference that justifies this double standard?
You can only use 2 self serving links in your hub as long as they pertain to content. You can link to other hubs with no restrictions. Some get away with it, that is the world at Hub Pages.
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