And how do I get rid of the Google ads and change them with my amazon ads?
Not sure why you would want to get rid of google ads as they bring in revenue but you can set up the hub with no ads but it has to be non-commercial to do that. You need to uncheck the box that says commercial hub then select none in the ad rank from high to none.
As far as the widget goes you can't. You can place Amazon capsules on your hubs but no widget.
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