I've received my email from HubPages, telling me I have to remove affiliate links from some of my Hubs.
My ShareASale Hubs are not on the list.
So if you're looking for additional ways to monetize your Hubs, it looks like ShareASale is acceptable.
Thanks for the tip, will look into it! How has it worked for you?
It should be okay to use these because they have real products, and you generally have to pay quite a large sum just to become an affiliate with them to start with!
Large sum of money, I dont think so, or at least the affs that I am signed up with at Shareasale. . you You have to apply to the affs you want and wait for approval. I have never been asked for any money. . . just some examples of my writing.
Oli is talking about the merchants. They have to make a substantial deposit to become a member, so you can be fairly sure only serious suppliers will bother to join up.
I also have some links to Affiliate Future, whose standards for merchants are very similar - but they have been flagged.
Thanks for the information! I'll have to check them out.
All of my affiliate linking is done on my site, and I just use my Hubs to link to my site. It seems like a lot of traveling for the person to get what they want, but it seems to be working for me! I'm making sales and Hubpages isn't marking my hubs.
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