Is it possible to affiliate yourself with other sites other than google and ebay and amazon,And then add them as links or is google,ebay and amazon the only way to gain revenue.On some peoples hubs i have seen banners from different places and was wondering how to add different affiliates.Thanks
Ah - the google ads are sometimes text ads and sometimes image banner ads - they are both google adsense ads though.
I am pretty sure you cannot add your own banners.
Some times i was also confused but anyway i got answer when my relationhsip with hubs got greater.So experience makes perfect.
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