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Clickbank banned on hubpages. Where to go next?

  1. Laura in Denver profile image79
    Laura in Denverposted 6 years ago

    Clickbank banned on hubpages. Where to go next?

    My highest hitting hubs ever used clickbank for payment. The e-book's author I promoted with clickbank is POed and I am thinking to leave hubpages. Any suggestiong of where to go with my original material?

  2. Tyler Bracken profile image81
    Tyler Brackenposted 6 years ago

    maybe you could try Squidoo? that's meant to be alright

  3. profile image51
    andr4043posted 6 years ago

    Squidoo definately allows having affiliate link. But you can also try writing articles in sites like goarticles and ezinearticles. You are allowed to have 2 affiliate links in the author's box. So it is another great way promoting stuff.

  4. kikalina profile image90
    kikalinaposted 6 years ago

    if the hubs are related maybe you can turn them into your own website and get 100 percent of adsence revenue smile

  5. YellowOC1 profile image64
    YellowOC1posted 6 years ago

    You could still use Hubpages (as your articles are already aged and well ranked) - just try mentioning/linking to other products. There are many affiliate networks like ClickBank that you can choose from.

    Depending on how much your hub was earning you, you could even try writing a short eBook on that topic yourself, and then promote that product on your Hub.

 
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