I'm new here and I'm wondering if banners and affiliate links are allowed in hubpages. Can't seem to find the TOC for creating Hubs
You can't add banners to hubs because you can't add the html.
The only affiliate links allowed are from Amazon and Ebay. You may only use product links in the capsules provided.
To be very clear - anywhere you can put text, you can put an affiliate link. Anywhere you can put a link capsule, you can use affiliate links.
Here's the part of the FAQ that deals with promotional stuff.
Thank you for this clarification and the FAQ-link gamergirl; just what I have been looking for.
Just started using Hubpages and was wondering the same thing. Thanks very much for clearing this up and the source.
An affiliate link is allowed, but the writing must be your own. If it trips the duplicate filter you'll get flagged.
But if that's all you want to do, then HubPages is not for you.
you can add affiliate links and you can upload the image that would appear in the banner...you just cant make a clickable image...you can make it pretty close though
you just cant insert the html code
I have never seen an affiliate link on hubpages (apart from ebay and Amazon). Could someone point to me to an example of one? I would like to see how to handle it without violating TOS. Thx.
Something like this is acceptable http://hubpages.com/hub/beat-speeding-fines
Thx Misha. So it seems there is a link to a web page and on the web page there is the affiliate link. Nothing too direct. You cant put the clickbank link (or whatever) directly on your hub. Is this correct?
Yes , as already explained by gamegirl. You can directly put any affiliate link in your hub..better you own way...
But always keep the following in mind
else be ready for getting the hub flagged
Hope that helps
I'm pretty new here but it from what I've read Hubpages TOC limits us to just TWO affiliate links per hub to any one domain.
So you can only put two links to clickbank for example, even if you use tinyurl or other way of cloaking. I haven't tried it yet but I think it should be ok to use another couple of affiliate links on the same hub, as long as they don't also point to clickbank.
Am I right?
by S Bollinger 8 years ago
I have a hubpage that I need to put a affiliates link on so that visitors will be able to go directly to the site where this offer can be purchased from. I am not sure how to go about doing this yet. Can someone please help by telling me what I have to do.Thank You for your help.
by Linda Jo Martin 8 years ago
I've seen some hubs with affiliate links on them... such as from Commission Junction. Is there a HubPages policy on using these types of links?
by Fay Favored 4 years ago
Since I don't have an affiliate to Amazon or adsense why does the violation list that I have too many of these? What is the difference between the two?I thought that you could have one amazon link per 50 words. Some of my pages have over 1,000 words and only 4 amazon links, and it's...
by Daily Deals UK 5 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) affiliate links that aren't making the article look trashy or anything and it keeps...
by dablufox 7 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 have had three Hubs flagged and placed in no mans land for affiliate links even...
by Brandon Hart 5 years ago
I like to add in-text links when I'm talking about certain products as I not only think they are some of the most effective, but also some of the most helpful. What I don't understand is why there is a limit of 2 in-text amazon links whereas we can make a slew of Amazon links using the Amazon...
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