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I don't know if this is correct ethics or not. But I've noticed that there has been links posted "around" my articles other than the comment section to link directly to the same affiliate products I am promoting in my article.
comment: Are you too darn lazy to create your own article or web site that you have to "ride" on the work of others?
To Hubpages: I would appreciate an answer to eliminate this problem!
Hi Slick, my name is Terence. Those links you're talking about are called Adsense, an advertising program created by Google.
You can register yourself with Adsense. This will be financially beneficial for you because Google will pay you a commission every time a visitor on your hub clicks on one of those links.
I haven't had the time to look into Adsense as I'm barely a month old here. But a lot of the more experienced hubbers like Mark, Darkside and Gamegirl might be able to fill you in on the details.
you outta be happy theres somebody on your site 67 Geeeeez
.....and by the way, you're not supposed to write a Hub solely for the purpose of promoting a single product. It's likely to get flagged as spam.
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