I have started playing with the news capsule by feeding it the relevant keywords and controlling the results, to an extent. Likewise with the Amazon capsule.
May we have a 'Google Search' capsule, too, that functions just like the news one?
Or does the adsense policy forbid anything like that? I thought they should give us extra revenue for that.
The news capsule gives me only news, and the links capsule will give me only static links I put up there. A search-based capsule will be as dynamic as the news capsule, won't it?
(Nowadays I have so much fun editing the hub, that I'm enjoying it for its own sake! For this I thank you all! All the thought that went behind each capsule is much appreciated by this grateful hubber!)
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