No matter what I do, every time I try to get a product even using the ASIN or ISBN number I get the follow message below the box, No Amazon Results Found. Does anybody know what I am doing wrong? Thank you, BoCot
Have you changed the drop down box from "keyword" to "ASIN" on the first tab?
Yes, I did and also I made sure Amazon was in my affiliate site was active. Also I contacted HubPages and they suggested to use Firefox and I got it and it still won't work. Thank you for your help.
Not all Amazon products will show in the widgets - I think it is usually stuff they sell that comes from an outside supplier rather than directly from them. It's frustrating because you only find it out after you have already written about the product and pasted the ASIN number in.
I have used both ASIN and keywords with the same result. Thank all of you for your answers BoCot
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