I published a hub. In it instead of linking directly to other pages. I put the links through php files on one of my sites. I was running a test, I was thinking of using it as a method to track and control users of a free Ebook I am working on. Also it makes the links shorter.
The hub was tagged as overly promotional and removed. I resubmitted the hub.
How long will it take to come back online?
Can we put affiliate links in a hub and if so how many?
As I usually do I submitted the hub to social sites like stumbleupon and digg and so on. Is that going to hurt my accounts on these sites?
How long does it take for the system to realize that I removed the links?
by michifus5 years ago
I have noticed that all of my hubs that contain affiliate links have now been marked as being in violation of the terms and conditions of hubpages.Hubpages must have forgotten to mention that affiliate links are now...
by Earl Noah Bernsby3 years ago
Hey all,I posted this query in an older thread of mine with no joy. In retrospect, I probably should have posted the question independently:
by dablufox6 years ago
What are your thoughts on the new affiliate link affiliate link blanket rule? Do you think it will reduce the tsunami of spam hubs that spammer hubbers are publishing or will it make no difference at all?Personally I...
by Don Wilson3 years ago
A lens of mine that was transferred to HubPages was identified as having too many affiliate links. I cleared out all the links except one affiliate link and one link to Wikipedia. The only other links on the...
by IzzyM6 years ago
Anyone read the latest blog post? http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/04/upcomi … y-changes/
by Miss Rant A Lot3 years ago
This is getting annoying now!!!Just how many affiliate links are you allowed per hub? I don't want to spend half my life having to rectify perfectly acceptable hubs.This has two perfectly acceptable (imo)...
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