I have a HP that's about a certain type of fashion trend. Would it be okay to have a separate HP with links to online stores that fit this trend? I am not an affiliate of any of them and don't have any personal gain in listing these sites other than they fit in with the current trend.
I was a little confused about the FAQs section.
Yes, you can include as many outgoing links as you like.
Just make sure you don't have more than two to the same site.
However, ask yourself what your objective is in writing the Hub. If your goal is to make money from the Hub, and you give them all the links to go straight to the suppliers instead of clicking on an ad, how are you going to make any money?
As Marisa said - how are you going to gain anything from those hubs?
Check out Amazon - they sell everything from food to baby baths. Your products might just be listed there.
Unless you have a deal with the companies that earns you money OR you own the companies, it's of no benefit to you to send them more traffic and sales.
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