It was my understanding that you could only have 2 affiliate links in your hub, but from looking at some hubs it appears they have two affiliate links in the body and then one more in a capsule.
Is there a hard rule that you can only have 2 affiliate links or are you able to have 3?
Also, what is the is hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Buy-VReader-Ani … ook-System using to create the capsule under the photo at the top. It is the capsule that has the link in it. Which capsule can you do that with?
only 2 outbound link to a same domain is allowed.
thanks, so does that mean that you could have 3 links but two went to one affiliate offer and one to another offer that would be ok?
2 Links to same domain but you can use more than 1 affiliate network on single Hub. Just make sure you don't overdo it.
You can have -
2 links to CJ.com
2 links to clickbank.com
2 links to any other single domain
thanks, can you tell me what the hub what is the is hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Buy-VReader-Ani … ook-System is using to create the capsule under the photo at the top. It is the capsule that has the link in it. Which capsule can you do that with?
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