I just started writing hubs again but I have noticed when I put an Amazon capsule in my hub I can only put one item in the capsule. I don't see how to add multiple items in one capsule like I used to do.
None of my Amazon capsules seem to show so I am slowly replacing them with eBay capsules. If I click on the Amazon capsule it shows the item but when I finish editing, they just disappear. Anyone else experiencing this?
You can have one Amazon or eBay capsule per ever 100 words of text. So, if you have four text capsules of 100 or more words each, you can have an Amazon or eBay capsule for each one - and they must relate to the information in that text capsule.
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by Brittany Banks9 days ago
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by Person of Interest6 years ago
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by Marisa Wright2 years ago
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