I can't find a reference to this in all the posts. When I first started with Hubs I was told very explicitly that you can only have 2 links going to the same domain.
However, it seems that a lot of the hub I see now have way more than 2 links going out. The one that I am curious about is Amazon links.
Do they fall outside the rules or have the rules changed? I just left one hub that had at least 10 amazon modules going to the same associate. This hub had a score of 80.
What is the rule concerning Amazon links on Hub pages? Or any other money making links for that matter.
Thanks a lot.
I don't think Affiliate links fall into that category. I've seen hubs that were literally nothing but Amazon links.
If you are using the retail capsules, those aren't going to be counted, but if you embed links in text, links to affiliates will fall under the same rules as any outgoing links.
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