Why do hubbers put a Amazon disclosure in their profile?
I look at multiple users profile pages and some hubbers put "Disclosure" and proceed to say they are a amazon affiliate, why do they do this?
A new law requires that anybody that benefits from sales on their sites must disclose this information to the public.
by Jason Menayan6 years ago
Hello everyone,Some policy stuff here.We want to remind all Hubbers about the rules associated with making endorsements of any products or services in your Hubs. If you have a connection (such as an affiliate marketing...
by Rajan Singh Jolly4 years ago
Why do some hubbers not have their real picture on their profile?I've seen at least a couple of hubbers who have photos of actors or actresses as their profile image. Whom are they trying to fool and why?
by Wag The Dog6 years ago
Another wrong idea.
by Catherine Giordano4 days ago
Last night I couldn't get an amazon capsule to appear in my new hub. I kept getting a message that says "Something went wrong..." I need this capsule to show the product I am talking about in my hub.
by SpaceShanty3 years ago
If I want to promote Amazon items off Hubpages, like my own site/blog etc. do I need to get any kind of permission from Amazon or have them verify it first? I will obviously create a new tracking ID separate from...
by Kate Swanson6 years ago
Jason has just highlighted the importance of having a disclosure statement if you advertise products for which you earn a commission (which covers Amazon and eBay capsules plus any affiliate links in Hubs).I'd like to...
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