Hi. I'm using good key words like: Tony Robbins, blog, blogging, etc. trying to place books on my article but I keep getting this message: No Amazon products found. I know I've added books before; what's up? Ter
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Thanks for your response; I thought it was just me. I'm a beginner hub guy and little things like this throw me off just a bit. I even removed the amazon buttons from my sites because they did not "show" products. Hope this gets fixed soon. Ter terscott.com
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