Could this be more lucrative as a source of revenue than serving up a compendium of ads?
I agree that ads are not enough to earn a payout from HP.
Just discovered I asked this before. I still don't understand the difference though between links in ads and sponsored links. Wouldn't the nofollow tag sort that out if Google has a problem with paid links attempting to improve rankings?
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 … -companies
Great idea. If there are any micro-brewery owners or heavy metal record label heads reading this who are interested in sponsoring my articles, feel free to contact me through my profile
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