For product reviews, can I link the seller's page of where to order the product in my hub?
It would be best to do product reviews of things available on amazon.com, that way you can link to that product on amazon.com, and get a commission for sales.
Of course you can talk about products not listed on amazon, and you can link to websites that do not violate terms of service, but should you? No, you probably should not link to other websites unless the link provides quality for the reader. That's the going philosophy, anyway.
Thanks, I just wanted to be sure since I was pretty sure it is not a good idea to link to third party e-Commerce sites.
The one major thing you can't do is link to any site that sells guns or ammunition. Which is stupid for many reasons, but it is part of Google adsense terms of service, and as it happens, of course; Google runs damned near everything.
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