Ok i joined the affiliates , highlighted and copied the Html code with my hub adress imbedded , now where do i post the code in to my hub.
Im trying to add banners etc
Just to clarify what others have said - the banners etc. on the affiliate sites are only for use on your own websites. You can't use them on HubPages.
You need to paste your affiliate ID for each one into your Affiliate Settings on your account page - then it automatically applies to each Hub.
For Amazon and eBay, you add a capsule. Kontera and Adsense happen automatically - you don't control where they appear.
The use of HTML is very limited on this site, and you can't paste ad banner code into a Hub.
You dont use affiliate banners on hubpages, edit your affiliate settings, you can then uses modules with Amazon and Ebay, as well as Adsense and Kontera adverts to earn revenue.
yeah I think he's confused the google ad html you can generate in your Adsnse account for your personal website, and doesn't realise that Google does the ads automatically for you in Hubpages
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