I currently have a hub that is getting great traffic that is a review of a online company.
I was wondering if we are able to put our own ad banners up to direct customers to the website or are we limited to the options that HubPages gives us. Can you please let me know?
Julie the ads and their placement are all decided by Google and Hubpages .. you do not have much of a say there.. Sorry.
You can include an ad banner as far as I am aware - you just can't make it a link. You can however put some relevant text beneath it and include UP TO TWO LINKS per hub.
Do you mean up to two ad links? And can the relevant text beneath be a link?
I am pretty sure that is the case - this is what I do, you can see how I do it in most of my hubs. I am not sure if having most, or all, of your hubs pointing to the same site would be ok, but I have had these hubs up for months, all through the upheavals and changes.
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