I have a friend that wants to sell jewelry online and she had heard me mention HP and wanted to know if you could sell things on a Hub.
I told her that I had never really thought about it and I had no idea.
So...can you set up a Hub here to sell things?
you can indirectly sell..that is write about the jewelry and link to a site..
Okay, I see that from looking at Squidoo you can sell directly from their Lenses which is why I wasn't sure about it here.
I didn't want to tell her the wrong thing.
I don't believer you can buy directly on Squidoo, either.
Basically, you can display products in an article, but when people click them they get taken to the original site of the item, such as Amazon, eBay etc. Then the author of the article gets a certain percentage of whatever that person spends.
Hubs that are considered "purely promotional" are one of the things that the moderators unpublish.
You can create a shop on Etsy. Create individual hubs about the types of jewelries and you can include a link to buy in the Etsy shop.
Hubpages is trickily a dating site for singles and open-minded married people.
Commercialization is forbidding, unless the transaction pertains to the exchange of a good or service for some type of intimate encounter
Can You Sell Things on Hub Pages? I'm thinking that would be ebay you're looking for.
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