I have just noticed new zazzle ads when reading hubs. When did this start? I know others have been asking for this and I'm glad since I have a few zazzle shops.
When can we put our zazzle id in the links on our profile page?
I have not noticed. Are they in a feed such as the HP program?
Probably people are just using their own Zazzle links in their Hubs, your allowed two. You can put any website you want in the website link on your profile.
That would be nice. I too have a Zazzle store. Do you mean two links per hub or per Hubpages account? Where can I find more info on this, please? It would be nice to have more than one website link on our profile page.
Zazzle is a site where you can have your art put on mugs, iPhone cases, etc. and sell them and get a commission. That's how I understand it, but I don't use the site. You can put links to your products on other sites, your own site, your Facebook page, etc.
These are zazzle ads on the bottom of hubs I have read today.
If they are in the Adsense spot, I guess zazzle is running some Adsense ads.
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