I love the new Facebook Widget, it looks really cool! What about a similar thing, but an Amazon Widget - that uses the 'creators' Amazon ID? I know I can add products myself, but the widget just looks so more professional!
Only if it is optional. I don't want random widgets undermining sales pages.
I would be attracted to a ramndomised widget for those pages not written with the intention of selling anything, but only if I choose to incorporate it on a hub-by-hub basis.
No need for it, since we can already add the products to the page, like you mentioned. It would be overkill.
by Paula Atwell21 months ago
Is there a balance of Amazon products on a page that makes a hub overly promotional? Or is it dependent on the individual hub (over and beyond the 50 words per product)?
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉)6 years ago
Just began to wonder whether it would be practical and possible to one day be able to use amazon widgets directly in hubs? Just a sudden thoughts
by kirstenblog7 years ago
You know those amazon widgets advertised on the amazon affiliate page suggesting we try the mp3 widget and the video on demand widget? Well do they work here on our hub pages?
by emzneale7 years ago
i have joined amazon ass. got my code and set up a widget for hub. the instruction were just to copy and paste the link from amazon site to amazon section of hubpage. but it does not recognise it and says 'no amazon...
by Jason B Truth3 weeks ago
I just finished reading through the Amazon Associates Program Policies and the Amazon Associates Operating Agreement. I have some idea on what to do. However, there were a few questions that I still had and...
by Life at DrTom's7 years ago
I started with HubPages yesterday and I signed up for Amazon affiliate. I already had an account with them. But I see nothing on my 3 hubs re Amazon. Does it take a while before they start showing up?
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