Does HubPages prevent users from using LinkShare (as they do with Clickbank)?
I don't know what linkshare is or I would try to answer your question, try asking a HUB page elite or click the help button and go to pay section.
I hope this helps
Walmart and many other major vendors use linkshare
Laura - Please tell me more about linkshare ;0)
All I know is that Walmart uses them. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find out more. My incomr went to
about 0 when the idiots in Coloralo passed the "Amazon
Law" s.k.a. HB 10-1193.
Linkshare is an affiliate marketing platform. They only accept high dollar very experienced affiliates.
Thank you kindly. Colorado's idiodic Amazon Law has cut me out of significant earnings. But I do consider myself highly experienced.
Linkshare is pretty easy to join. Now whether you get accepted by the retailer is another matter, but Walmart was fairly easy (however, I've yet to make any $$ there -- Amazon really is a better converter).
I'm not sure if you can use Linkshare link on your Hubs. You might want to send an email to the HP help desk. I know there were some Hubbers using Share-a-Sale a while back, but after Panda I'm not sure what's acceptable or not. I've wanted to check into myself, but I've been tied up with with other projects.
Laura, have you checked into creating lenses on Squidoo? You can use their Amazon and eBay accounts. You share the income with them, but its better than nothing. I just started using Squidoo and earning a little with the Amazon modules. It's starting to make sense, but at first I was totally lost. BTW, I'm in CA, so I know how you feel. Luckily, we just got Amazon back -- a least for a little while.
Do you get pretty good conversions from your Amazon links on hubpages? I've just started doing this as well.
You will get no commissions from Amazon in some states: Colorado, North Carolina and any other state that has passed legislation requiring collection or at least notification about a "use tax" in the state.
I have some hubs that may have links to very current information by contacting Ari Armstrong email@example.com or see http://blog.ariarmstrong.com/ knowing that he does write on many other subjects than just the Amazon law.
Laura I use Linkshare on several of my profiles. Don't go overboard. I rarely have more than one link per hub used.
by kirstenblog 4 years ago
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