I know when you publish a hub, google adds are put rite on, but for amazon adds, do you put the add on? How and from where?
Use the Amazon Capsule as if you were adding additional text, photos, links, etc.
Make sure you sign up for the affiliate program first, though! You can do this through 'My Account' and then look under affiliates.
Other than that, the capsules do not automatically appear like adsense ads. They are optional and are used at your discretion. The good thing is - you can handpick products to feature or simply use keywords to retrieve relevant results for a bunch of different products.
I have found over the last few days that product reviews can earn really well! It's cool because if someone clicks on an item from your capsule and purchases additional items in that session, you'll get a commission for those items, too! Folks typically purchase more than one item when purchasing on Amazon...I know I do!
by kmackey325 years ago
My latest hub has no adsense adds....WHY?
by Paula Atwell15 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 Raine Law Yuen21 months ago
Can the size of an amazon add be reduced from the standard size? How is this done? I noticed this on a hub that I came across some time ago.
by Marina2 years ago
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by gogogo5 months ago
I got a email from amazon saying I need to add links on my pages, website etc. Can I add amazon links and how do I do this
by Christa Dovel7 years ago
I checked to see what people were clicking on in Amazon, and all of the clicks are non-product clicks. I have been getting the amazon code from the url of the page that shows just the product, with a description...
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