I was wondering what the word is on reviews or hubs that are 100% focused on reviewing a specific product? Good or bad?
I see nothing wrong with it as long as you stay within the guidelines. If you're thinking about including affiliate links 2 links is about the max.
by Paul Edmondson2 years ago
I was reviewing Google's guidelines yesterday and thought I'd share a bit on affiliate links.- http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … value.html- https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/76465I think the...
by Violet Valerie3 years ago
I am unable to use the Amazon Affiliate Program now that I live in Colorado. However, I am a book lover and would love to use affiliate links to books I review or talk about. I am a Barnes & Noble Affiliate, and am...
by Marie Flint9 months ago
Do advertisers pay Hub Pages to post their ads? I am learning to post affiliate ad links.Would it be possible to post such links on my Hub Pages hubs for free? If not, is such a thing being considered as a future...
by Janet219 years ago
Hi!I am new here and was wondering if it is against the rules to insert 3rd party affiliate links. I can't find it mentioned in the FAQ. Thanks,Janet~
by path-finder4 years ago
Hi all. I have set up Amazon Affiliate program on hubpages and featured Amazon products on a number of my hubs. Looking at it after a while, the link-type report in the Amazon account shows that no one has clicked on...
by Poppy3 weeks ago
I don't have many Amazon affiliate links in my articles, with the exception of one that focuses on recommended ebooks. I've had an idea for an article where I recommend gifts, but I'm wondering if it's actually worth it...
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