How could I put ads and links on my hubs?
Before submitting a hub for publication, I can see the areas at the bottom and right side, saying "you can put Ads here after your hub is published". But after publication I got no place for adding my ads and links; as it is filled with ads by others. I can see even the Recommended Hubs areas are even filled by other Hubs Recommendation.
Whenever I tried putting Amazon links and Capsule; I am afraid, the next day my featured hubs might not published or featured...
Can anyone help me out with better ideas on when and how is the best to put Amazon Capsules; Links and Ads.
It is first important to understand that HubPages is not a site to create promotional content.
We provide earning programs, but inserting ads for sites/products/etc could result in your Hub not passing the QAP due to spammy elements.
You can sign up for the earning programs, however, and earn from ads impressions on your Hubs.
You can find info about the Amazon capsule and other Hub capsules here.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account
And info about the different programs here.
How to Make Money on HubPages
I suggest reviewing the information in the FAQ and Learning Center under "Help". You can email us at email@example.com if you have any further questions.
Hubpages put the ads there, not us , depends on your repeated words. You can add links or capsules like amazon and ebay in your hubs
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