I am trying to do a hub on something and when I try to put in the Amazon capsule w/ the relevant ISBN #, for the product that I am trying to include, the product from Amazon does not come up.....what am I doing wrong and how do fix it or do this properly so the right book comes up in my hub? Thx in advance.
Is your capsule set for ASIN or keywords? It's a changeable setting and can only be one or the other.
What's the product?
I've found that there's no problem with books. But if there are items for sale through a third party vendor there can be some issues.
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