I was wondering if HP could make it possible to place the Amazon Ad capsules in the far right column instead of just in the text portion of the Hub. (There is so much dead white space there anyway)
With all I am reading about Hubs should be more like reading a Magazine article without interruptions in the reading, I would like to be able to move my Amazon Ads to the right of the text area. It would keep the flow of the reading more natural.
Not asking to take Amazon Ads out of text area, since the Hub that are Sales Hubs would want them in the text area, just ability to use the blank area to the right.
I suppose no one from HP saw this thread before, but with the change in Hub layout with Ad capsules on the hubs, I thought I would bring this suggestion back up.
by Butterfly672 days ago
I think I missed something here but have recently seen some discussions about in-text Amazon links v Capsules. How do you put in text links in, is there a special way? Do I just get the link that I get from Amazon when...
by Dan Harmon7 years ago
I always use Amazon ads as I figure the more advertising the better to a point. Placement is questionable, though. I'm not real happy with a string of ads flushed to the right, although that's what I nearly...
by Jonathan Wylie2 months ago
Last month, and in other recent months, my Amazon earnings are almost twice as much as my Ad Program earnings, yet, every month, I get notices from Hubpages saying that they removed Amazon capsules from my articles. I...
by Inspirepub9 years ago
I am still getting full-width Google ads in the middle of my pages, messing up the layout.The impact of this is that it looks like the Hub is only a few paragraphs long, and readers are unlikely to scroll down far...
by Christy Kirwan9 months ago
Hi all, please stop by the HubPages Blog to check out our new updates to in-text Amazon links that will go live later today. Let us know if you have any questions.
by Chapter7 years ago
Where is the best place for amazon capsules to get more buyer and money? Under text or beside text or else?
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