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I hope that answers your question. It was rather vague.
You need to have a significant amount of text in the first text capsule, no images or other modules placed to the right on that. You should then get a large AdSense block appearing on the right of the first text box. That's about it.
Ok. ty. I actually mean some hubs I read hubbers placed their own amazon capsule in the right part adjoining their text, not below texts.
Fill in the text capsule with the information you want and save it.
Add an Amazon capsule above it, and fill it in with the ads and wording you want. Save it.
Click the arrow pointing to the right at the top of the Amazon capsule. It will move to the right with the text wrapping around it.
If your capsules are already placed, use the "reorder" function to get the Amazon capsule just above the desired text capsule.
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