On 16th April 2013, Google announced that it had brought to an end the Google Affiliate Network. Many people who are not apt with news may still be in the dark about this move by one of the biggest affiliates in the market. Apart from my blog, I am worried at what this may mean to my hubpages earnings, anyone with an idea.
Goodness, I didn't even notice! I am a member but it's been ages since I found a product I was interested in promoting there, so luckily it won't have much impact on me.
It won't have any impact on HubPages because their affiliate program is not used here.
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