has anybody got a kick back from Apple for linking to the Amzon store within their publications? I am wondering if Apple has a issue with it and would be something they would kick back.
I have an embedded web page that displays a grid of publications (front covers), and links to the relevant Amazon store page where it can be purchased. May be worth noting that where they link to Amazon, they are available in paper only. Where they are digital, I link tot he iTunes store. Hope that info helps.
Here is the situation the link leads to a book for sale by one of our writers. He sells it at Amazon its a paperback. He has no website. We were going to give him a free ad and link as a trade. I guess the work around would be to mention in the story in the copy that it can be purchased via Amazon and give no hot links. Glad I asked this now becuase I have another hot link to another paperback in the Amazon store in a diffrent story.
Are YouTube links also in danger to getting kicked back or a link to a Blogger blog?
I assume I'm safe though linking to company websites that have a built in store to purchase fishing tackle etc.
Its going to be a fishing mag (Fly & Light Tackle Angler)
I suggest going and looking at the Apple developer guidelines, which you can obtain by logging in with your account to itunesconnect. We can't give you specific guidance on what Apple might (or might not) approve. Their guidelines do focus on in-app purchase of digital goods, not physical items, so that may help.
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