I want to know if I can put referral links in my HubPages articles. If I can, is there any benefit to doing so? I understand how they work, but i don't know if it works differently if we use them on our HubPages articles as opposed to external blog articles.
Enlighten me if you will. Thanks.
I appreciate the answer, but allow me to ask in another way.
I didn't know of it not being a good idea and put the referral code within all anchor text I had linked to other HubPages articles. Please tell me I don't have to remove them all, lol...?
Hmm, I should have replied directly to your post, but it doesn't matter. The previous post was an anxiety driven gut reaction. After briefly reflecting, the links are redundant at worst is what I am understanding, so there they stay. Thanks again Simone.
I am wondering one thing though about placing the referral link off site... Isn't there a chance Google will view these as paid links?
It would depend on the referral link you are wanting to link the Hub to. I am pretty positive that Hubpages does not want all those Affiliate Links to garbage and other digital products that promote garbage. Link to your other hubs or you can try even an amazon product (but you can link to amazon right in your Hub). Try to stay away from bulk sales...promote something unique that there are not millions of others also promoting.
by Poon Poi Ming 6 years ago
Hi, I have 3 persons whom I invited to join HubPages. The 3 have joined but is not indicated in my account. Is the default tracker token (2w8181s6dzxdv) in my Referral Trackers page the correct one to use?
by Maree Michael Martin 7 years ago
Where do our referral links go?when you link to a page, where do you put it?
by Marina 3 years ago
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve site structure, we are removing HubPages referral links from published Hubs by deleting their tracker IDs. HubPages referral links were always intended for use outside of HubPages, and because they redirect, they may cause some page rank to be lost. ...
by Emma 11 years ago
Okay, I'm trying to figure this out. Is it advantageous to use a referral link in your own hubs when linking to other hubs of your own? I notice some people use them, but most don't. I mostly haven't, but I'm wondering if I should implement it since I'm planning on doing some more cross-linking...
by ProCW 3 years ago
If I refer someone to an article using one of my referral codes to a hub on TatRing, for example, do the same percentages and such apply currently and/or will they in the future? I don't see a "Link to this Page" link on the bottom on that site.
by Paul Cheney 8 years ago
How do you build links with hubpages articles?Does hubpages have a resource box like ezine articles for individual hubs? If not, can we just insert links to our own stuff at the end of the article?
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