Does amazon generate ads for you or do you have to put them on your hubs? The reason I ask I don't see any ads on my hubs. The account says set!
sportyfunster spot on there; The account saying set means you've entered your Amazon assoceate code and it's 'set' for you to start entering Amazon products.
I think your better of choosing your own products in stead of letting Amazon do it for you.
Let's say you wanted to put the iPad on your site, just go to Amazon enter iPad in the search; a numbere of items will pop up apparel ect click on the iPad so it comes up on it's own then swipe the URL, enter it in the Amazon capsule and save.
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