i wanted to add a banner of WWF to my hub which related to animal conservation. so can i add a banner?? if yes then how can i add it???
It depends what the banner is and what it does. You can put an image of the banner on your hub as an image but not a click through advertising banner. If you want to go one further you can put a text link with it saying something like "go take a look at what WWF is doing, or perhaps a small news item from theree. Then people can click through your text link.
You can add image to hub but it's not possible to add hyperlink to image.
Also - when you add an image you can add a name of source and a URL of source - this will give a clickable URL below the picture.
by Chris Mills 6 years ago
How do I turn my hub address into a clickable link.I understand backlinks. I just need to know how to make my hub address into a clickable link so I can post it on blogs and other websites.
by miss1magination 6 years ago
How do you add a link to your hub?Could anyone tell me how you add a name of a business to your hub~ so it goes blue and people can click on the link but it doesn't look like a website link, its just the name highlighted in blue. If that makes sense.
by Joel Lantz 2 years ago
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by Melody Trent 6 years ago
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by jlkd 9 years ago
can I add an affiliate hyperlink or banner ad to my hub?
by Eugene Brennan 3 months ago
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