I have ebay,google adsense and amazon.....but only google ads show up ......why?
AdSense appears automatically once you sign up but with Amazon and Ebay you have to manually insert capsules and set up the contents. You do this in Edit Mode.
Hope this helps.
Thank you very much for your write-up on capsules.
you need to add the ebay and amazon capsules. You can then place individual products or do keyword searches to show products in these capsules. You make money when someone purchases via these capsules.
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