I have just finished an article. I put in 4 of my own text links and have 6 items listed with Amazon and naturally some Google will be put up once published. My beef is that I am not allowed to publish it based on excessive links. Now I just looked at a hub called "Hot Christmas toys 2011", this article reads like a catalogue. There are 22 text links that go to private Amazon affiliate pages, and 73 Amazon item links. The whole page is just brimming with excessive keywords...obviously for search engines. Its not pretty, it does not give good content with over 100 affiliate links and it is published. I on the otherhand have 6 amazon links and 4 to other pages (nothing else except what Hubpages will add with Google) Great content and germane pictures but still my article is being blocked from publishing. Am I missing something here?
Do those four text links all go to the same domain? You are only allowed to link to the same domain twice per hub.
I am in the UK but for some reason We cannot get Amazon UK ads up even though we are using our Amazon UK affiliate number. So I have two ads (in my text) that go to Amazon.com and tow that go to amazon.co.uk. You must be right because I have takea all the affiliate ads off except my text links. This is the only way I can sell amazon to Europe and the uk on the hubpages it seems
by Julie Johnson 4 years ago
Is there any way to add a link to an Amazon product within the text rather than having to always use the Amazon capsule? I used to do that when I had my own Amazon Associates account, but I'm not sure if it's possible using the HP Amazon Program. Personally, I click on links within text more often...
by Catherine Giordano 14 months ago
I understand the rationale for removing amazon capsules. I'm very careful not to include amazon capsules unless they are 100% relevant, and I can provide a personal opinion. I rarely do more than one per hub.HP is not only snipping amazon capsules on hubs for niche sites, but also just to have a...
by Christy Kirwan 2 years ago
Hi all, please stop by the HubPages Blog to check out our new updates to in-text Amazon links that will go live later today. Let us know if you have any questions.
by Fay Favored 4 years ago
Since I don't have an affiliate to Amazon or adsense why does the violation list that I have too many of these? What is the difference between the two?I thought that you could have one amazon link per 50 words. Some of my pages have over 1,000 words and only 4 amazon links, and it's...
by michifus 6 years ago
I have noticed that all of my hubs that contain affiliate links have now been marked as being in violation of the terms and conditions of hubpages.Hubpages must have forgotten to mention that affiliate links are now banned in the blog posts.Anyone else noticed this? - it has only just happened -...
by Brandon Hart 5 years ago
I like to add in-text links when I'm talking about certain products as I not only think they are some of the most effective, but also some of the most helpful. What I don't understand is why there is a limit of 2 in-text amazon links whereas we can make a slew of Amazon links using the Amazon...
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