You absolutely can have clickbank links in your hub.
HOWEVER this is something you do want to be careful of. if you are just building spammy hubs then forget it.
If you are building hubs that will help people then referring a product that is great then okay.
I am an active clickbank promoter but there are a few things I do.
I will never promote a product until I own it and know it really is what it is supposed to do.
There is a lot of garbage on Clickbank and it is up to you to figure out what is junk and what isnt junk.
Dont try and fool hubbers because you will lose.
I'll also agree with Dale, Clickbank has too much scammer material included and they(clickbank) doesn't hold accountability of their associates, like they should be.
But, then again, they are so large in size, it would be difficult for someone to prove wrong doing.
It would be nice to have a clickbank capsule - those Squidoo folk have all kinds of things to play with that we don't.
And don't write off clickbank, there is some decent stuff on there (including my own eBook). We're not all writers of wacky weightloss diets and, get rich quick schemes and forex robots.
Yes you can link to clickbank. I'm not sure whether to use linkcloakers or hoplinks directly. Have to ask HP about this.
Yes you can use clickbank, but be carful to not make your hubs too promotional!
Click bank's styled sales pages don't really fit in too well with hubpages.
Oli,you've any idea about linkcloakers or using clickbank hoplinks directly ?
I used link cloaking in one of my old technology websites, not so sure it would work on hubpages though :p
I would just use the hoplink on hubpages.
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