Including referral links in a hub?
Is it in violation of any TOS of HubPages to include referral links to other sites within a hub?
If I wish to publish a hub on ways to make money online, would be against rules to include my referral links in each place where I mention about the site?
I haven't seen anything to say you can't link to any particular type of site. In fact, it's good to add links to pages where readers can go for more information. That said, it would be obvious hubbers shouldn't link to pages which are pornographic or that condone illegal activities. When it comes to sites about ways to make money, be careful not to link to sites which are obvious scams or to which you know nothing about. You should only link to reputable sites which you can personally verify as having a good reputation.
I am definitely not posting scan sites. These will be ways to legally earn guaranteed money-sites like hubpages, bubblews, adsense methods etc. I'm worried if I publish my referral link to bubblews within my article, hubpages will find it illegal
by Emma 11 years ago
Okay, I'm trying to figure this out. Is it advantageous to use a referral link in your own hubs when linking to other hubs of your own? I notice some people use them, but most don't. I mostly haven't, but I'm wondering if I should implement it since I'm planning on doing some more cross-linking...
by ProCW 3 years ago
If I refer someone to an article using one of my referral codes to a hub on TatRing, for example, do the same percentages and such apply currently and/or will they in the future? I don't see a "Link to this Page" link on the bottom on that site.
by Marina 3 years ago
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve site structure, we are removing HubPages referral links from published Hubs by deleting their tracker IDs. HubPages referral links were always intended for use outside of HubPages, and because they redirect, they may cause some page rank to be lost. ...
by GwennyOh 6 years ago
I want to know if I can put referral links in my HubPages articles. If I can, is there any benefit to doing so? I understand how they work, but i don't know if it works differently if we use them on our HubPages articles as opposed to external blog articles. Enlighten me if...
by Barbara Badder 4 years ago
My suggestion is to use referral links to the pages of other writers and share this with friends on social media that would like them or share with Yahoo groups that like the subject. This will help Hubpages, the other writer and yourself. Don't forget that you get 10% of the income earned. With...
by bloggerdollar 10 years ago
Hello, I want to build links for some of my hubs and I usually do this by putting the referral code in my linkhttp://www.hubpages.com/_directin/....Do those link will count as a link to my Hub by search engines or will they be sensed as a different URL and the will be irrelavant of search engine...
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