How many amazon products should you post in your hub before it tag you for a violation?
There are several Hubs on Amazon, here is the link.
http://hubpages.com/topics/hubpages-tut … ogram/2851
There are also many questions and answers in the help section at this link. I hope this info will be helpful about the amazon affiliate link question.
It says somewhere that for every amazon product you should have at least fifty words. So if you have have a hub that has 500 words, then you can put up at the most, 10 amazon products.
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