I've been getting these odd "no results found" messages on my amazon add. I go to Amazon and pick individual books for each of my ads. Any idea what's up? Anyone else having these issues?
If Amazon is having issues on their end with the feed, it can show no results to us.
However, I'm seeing Amazon products on my Hubs just fine.
I did once have a capsule that seemed corrupted and I deleted it from the Hub and then added a new one and that cleared it, so you might give that a try...
While I'm having some minor frustrations, for the most part Amazon is working just fine for me. I do think that most of the problems are with the Amazon feeds and their sub-merchants.
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