A while ago I did a hub on getting referrals from Angies List. Now I find that Hub on page 1 (shock) of search and getting traffic. On further study, Angie's List has a terrific affiliate program which I was not aware of.
The hub is strongly biased to Angies list (vs other services)...
Knowing all that, is there any way to take advantage of the AM opportunity via HP or otherwise ??
I'm on page 1 of Google for "Painterly tattoos Denver." Now, if only people would start googling that...
Assuming Hubpages don't allow affiliate links, you could create a one page review page using blogger or WordPress and link to that in your Hubpage. Leave some information out of your Hubpage article that people would want to find out more about. Then use your affiliate link on the Blogger/WordPress where you explain more about the site.
by Adam Harkus 2 years ago
Not that I was making any money from them, but why has my directly related Amazon product link been snipped in the hub-pro edit ?I could understand snipped competitor products, but what is the point of having ebay / amazon capsules if they are being removed from the niche sites?
by dtr 4 years ago
This is a lie.In the footer of the website must no statements about me (the author) be made that are wrong.In my case the author doesn't "earn revenue on this page" and he hasn't any "affiliate relationships" this would base on.This text is subject to reword.
by Jane@CM 8 years ago
I read my amazon report about once every two weeks and have never had a click through. I found a link checker in my Amazon associates page and put one of my hubs in in and get this message:Fail: The link above was not tagged or was not a valid Amazon link.Any thoughts?
by Will Apse 3 years ago
The way that HP uses affiliate is unique among larger sites that rely heavily on natural search.Here individual affiliate ads are scattered through the site in a pretty random way. On other sites affiliate ads are avoided altogether or grouped in special sections ('the shop', 'reviews').It is easy...
by Anamika S Jain 10 years ago
The Affiliate Settings Page says.. Here's where you edit and keep track of your Affiliate Settings. In order to get paid for your Google ads and Amazon and eBay links, you'll need to become an affiliate of those companies.You may add Kontera to this list.
by TerryGl 8 years ago
There is quite a stir on the internet at the moment that is causing a lot of heart ache for marketers and affiliates.Rumours are rife that Google has now slapped "squeeze pages".Not only that, the pages have been declared an "iffy neighbourhood" similar to a "bad...
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