I got a notice from ebay saying that they would not advertise on my hubs. However, their banner is at the bottom of my hub(s). I checked my affiliate status and they're not active nor is there a code. What gives?
by Terri Wilson10 years ago
I think that when a google ad is inserted between two text capsules, it really should be a horizontal, banner style ad not a vertical ad. You can see what I mean here:http://hubpages.com/hub/Alarm-Clocks-to …...
by Ben Guinter7 years ago
Have any of you noticed a drop in the past few months for eBay sales?For some reason I still get clicks but no sales... I started noticing this a few months ago.One month I got clicks almost every day but no sales and...
by C L Grant5 years ago
Why do some Hubbers include a copyright notice at the bottom of their hub?Is this absolutely necessary to protect your work? Isn't there an implied right once the work has been published? Or is it because some Hubbers...
by Isabella Snow10 years ago
Would it possible to be able to make a capsule out of those, so we could place them somewhere else? Or just move them, maybe?I personally almost never notice them at the bottom of the page (part of this is how they seem...
by sir_tallest7 years ago
What products are best to advertise on Ebay to help make real money
by Vicky C.5 years ago
Does anyone know if we are an eBay affiliate with hub pages, does that mean we can only advertise our product on hubpages or can we still advertise our products on our other sites?
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