Right, being a new "blogger" on here I thought I'd ask about ads.
I'm not here to make cash. I could use some pocketmoney from an affiliate to power the hosting on my personal website, and nothing more (it's not a necessity by any means, but its handy). I don't want to give the impression that I am "in it for the spoils".
So my questions are:
1. Placing targeted ads by Amazon below my post - I wrote a book review, and amazon ads below the article conspicously advertise the product (or similar). Is this fair game? Or do I look like I'm writing a paid review of some kind.
2. What would you suggest?
I think you just got lucky lol
as for not in it for the spoils, why not? I love to write but man if their offering me a way to make money from it.. pssst I'm there.
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