If anyone has experience in amazon links, i would appreciate some help with a problem.
I have an image with a link capsule next to it.
I want to be able to link with a title, description and affiliate amazon link to a specific page for the entire category.
Is there any way to do this without having to create an astore.
Ant advice would be much appreciated as I believe you can only set up 100 astores.They not as nice as sthe amazon normal search pages anyway.
Found it in the forums.
No need to worry.
I see its worse to have text links and only two are allowed in any one hub.Could be flagged for overly promotional.
Well I guess astore it is.
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