What does this mean? 50 words describing the product? 50 words in the article that are relevant to it? Just a 50 word hub total?
You must have 50 words of text in your hub for each Amazon item you list.
That's right! For every Amazon product you feature, you must have at least 50 words in your Hub.
Although both Simone and UW said it, let me emphasize that that is 50 words per product, not per amazon capsule. I'll also mention that if your capsule has room for 5 products but only has 3, the empty spaces each count as a product.
It's also worth pointing out that it's at least 50 words per product, not exactly 50 words!
Also, it doesn't have to be 50 words specifically about that product.
The rule is simply that the length of your Hub determines how many products you can feature. So if you have a 300 word Hub, you can feature up to 6 products. If you have a 1500 word Hub, you can feature up to 30 products, and so on.
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