I want to put up an affiliate banner on one of my sites along with Adsense. The banner is from a hosting company. There is no "other" option under affiliate settings. Am I allowed to put this banner on my hubpage article or just what's allowed to me by hubpages. And if so, how do I implement the code? Thanks.
You can only implement very simple HTML code on HubPages. Adding your own pictures, outside of a photo capsule, is not possible.
The closest you can currently come is to make a little text box with a simple text link with your affiliate link in it. No banners or pictures however.
are you allowed to do that, I thought I was in trouble for that.
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