Are hop links of your click bank products allowed to be embedded in your hubs?
Can we embed our click bank or any other affiliate links in the hubs we write?
Don't know what hop links are, or how click bank works, just that it may not be used on HP.
I strongly suspect that any hub with click bank links will be promptly unpublished.
No you cannot use any affiliate links or links that would lead to affiliate products in your Hubs. However you can take an advantage of Amazon Associates program and eBay program and add capsules to the Hubs. Any sales will generate a commission for you.You need to sign up and configure settings via your HubPages account.
Other affiliate links are not allowed on HP. The link will be remove or invisible, or even the moderator will request you to review your Hub for non compliance. Use only Ebay and Amazon with HP, you can register under my account -> Earning
You can configure your payment channels here, if you got commission from the affiliate sales
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