What I mean by that is sometimes when I am searching for items, I only want items under $50 or under $100 etc....but depending on the keyword it may bring back items of a much higher dollar value. What about putting in some kind of optional feature that would search for items in a particular dollar range? Make it optional so you can choose a $ range if you want to.
Otherwise I have to open another browser search through ebay then copy it into the ebay capsule. Unless someone knows of an easier way. Could be that I'm just doing things the hard way?
by Jonathan Wylie2 weeks ago
Last month, and in other recent months, my Amazon earnings are almost twice as much as my Ad Program earnings, yet, every month, I get notices from Hubpages saying that they removed Amazon capsules from my articles. I...
by Person of Interest3 years ago
Gave it up and removed my remaining eBay capsules. I guess my hubs just aren't suited for them. Might give it another shot if the Buy It Now option becomes available though.
by Marisa Wright2 years ago
Janderson just submitted some great suggestions on this thread:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/126313#post2666393and I think this one deserves a suggestion post on its own.We're always being told to be discriminating...
by Paula Atwell24 months ago
Is there a balance of Amazon products on a page that makes a hub overly promotional? Or is it dependent on the individual hub (over and beyond the 50 words per product)?
by EmpressFelicity6 years ago
Why not give hubbers the option to show the star rating of an item as well as the title in the capsule? I'm thinking that 4- and 5-star ratings will encourage readers to click and buy, thereby garnering more...
by Sally Gulbrandsen14 months ago
Why is it that excessive links to Amazon products seem to be permitted when they are added to the body of hub rather than as a Module on the side? In my naivety, I did not realise that this was permitted. ...
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