Can we used paid for advertising to drive traffic to our Hubs?
I was just wondering if it is against HP or Adsense TOS to use paid for advertising to drive traffic to our Hubs.
I understand it would not be economically viable to pay $0.10 per click if we are only earning $5.00 per 1000 views but it might be useful to 'kick start' traffic to a Hub, especially if it is on a very obscure subject.
Good way to get banned more than likely. This sort of activity is seen as a means of gaming the system by driving artificial traffic. The people may be real but they don't care about your content, just getting their 10 cents so it's low quality spam traffic and will hurt the domain, which they won't want you to do.
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