Is advertising affiliate links through Google AdWords feasible?
Surely, as you can set your maximum bid for a click, you can advertise a product link through Google AdWords as long as you work out what kind of returns you would be looking at per 100 clicks for example? I understand that, as Google adverts are based on a bidding system, a low bid will be shown far less, but that doesn't matter hugely, does it? As long as you get even a few clicks, you're probably going to start earning.
You won't get much help about adwords on Hubpages. In general hubbers just don't know much about it.
Your best bet is to go over to the warrior forum and do a search for adwords + affiliates or just browse the adsense/PPC/SEO forum.
Google's own help files are also useful: http://support.google.com/adwordspolicy … 5068?hl=en
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