Am I allowed to, e.g., write an article on some product that has an affiliate program and put my referral link and make income that way? What are the limitations concerning that kind of marketing? Also, can I, e.g., pick a particular Amazon book, and put my own link to that book on Amazon with my code and earn income that way? (Therefore not using the built-in Amazon ad feature) Hope you got me
We are not going to prevent you from embedding your own affiliate links -- just don't abuse our generosity (for instance by turning the ad level down to none as well). We want our author's to be successful, but in order to provide this service we need to share somewhat in that success.
by Stacie L2 years ago
I received a notice about being charged to keep my Amazon affiliate program active if I have no sales in 90 days. I'm sure others share this issue. Since I agreed to use Amazon under Hubpages program ID, I do earn more...
by Laura Schneider3 years ago
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by Don Bobbitt5 months ago
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by Will Apse22 months ago
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by RVDaniels8 years ago
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by Juliette Kando FI Chor5 years ago
Following a long comment thread leading no-where, I repeat a question asked 3 weeks ago:Do authors get their 60% share from revenue on Related Search ads?A simple yes or no will do.Thank you,SUE ADAMS
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