What are we allowed to link to or affiliate with other than Amazon and Ebay?
I'm new, sorry. But could someone explain in very simple terms what we can and can't link to or affiliate with? Clickbank was rejected on my one attempt. How about other websites or ebooks not on amazon? Thanks.
HubPages no longer allows Hubs to link to low quality affiliates. Hubs that link to affiliates like: Multi-level marketing, getting six-pack abs; how to get your ex back; acai berry/other "wonder supplements; watching TV on your PC; selling an eBook, etc. will not meet HubPages standards and will be moderated.
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Thanks. Somehow I missed that policy. I think I understand now.
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