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Don't know exactly what you mean by download, but you can always save the webpage itself. If you're using internet explorer, just go to the 'page' drop down list and click "save as". if you're using Google Chrome, click the wrench in the top right and click "save page as".
by Barkley Rosehill5 years ago
Did you ever click on an ad on your own hub?It's ok, you can admit it. The adsense police are not here. When I first started writing online in 2007, I was amazed at how the whole thing worked. If I posted new content I...
by LindaSmith13 years ago
If you are an Amazon associate and order items for yourself, under your Associates ID, Amazon does not pay the commission and may even ban your account. I have found nothing here about those who order Amazon products...
by Falsor Wing8 years ago
I feel bound by my pride as a writer not to click it but it looks more tempting every time I scroll by to check my polls
by schoolgirlforreal7 years ago
Please help me find it!
by Tessa Schlesinger2 years ago
There are so many of us who write fiction, and we're stuck with Amazon, itunes, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, etc, all of which have their own difficulties.I would really like a formula in the hubpages tradition where...
by Mary Craig4 years ago
Can you order from a link on your own hub?Since random advertisements are placed on our hubs, is it "legal" to order something from a link on your own hub? Just wondering.
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