I wanted to put some recommended books on my embryonic site that I know that Amazon has, but somehow, it would not let me do it. I looked up their ISBN numbers, but it still didn't seem to take them. What do I need to do?
You need the Amazon reference number, which is like 8 digits.
Usually you just cut and paste the ENTIRE Amazon book URL and Hubpages should be able to strip out the rest, leaving the Amazon SKU. Of course, you need to find the book on Amazon first.
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