I got a comment on one of my YouTube videos from a viewer asking where they could find the product featured on that video. There is an Amazon ad for the product on one of my hubs.
Am I allowed to paste the affiliate HP code for that particular Amazon product in my answer to the viewer's query on YouTube, or is that against Amazon or HP rules?
It could be risky:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/ … mTHVnF9z7M
But, you could give a link to a Hub where you sell the product.
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