I signed up for the Amazon stuff. It was approved. I went and have found out how to create/edit whatever it is you want to put on your hubs. I see, too, that apparently the way to get those items onto this site is to copy and paste the link?
I have both Mozilla and Internet Explorer, and I've tried pasting the link at the "view source" file.
It hasn't worked.
Is there an easy way to get the stuff on Hub? Will Amazon just put it on after a few days on sites like Hubpages, where the associate doesn't own the main site?
In other words, once an Amazon associate has created a store (for example) what has to be done to get it to show up on Hubpages? Thanks.
What Relache said (about the Amazon Capsule).
And then you should choose the products by ASIN (or ISBN if it's books).
Thanks. Part of my problem has been that my computer isn't working correctly. Part of it is my newness on here.
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