The ad for ebay is so small and I know they have better banners. Is there a way to exchange ads? Also what is the URL for finding and addiding more ads to my page?
Google will automatically crawl your page for keywords and place relevant ads on the hub. If you would like to display Amazon or Ebay products, you can do so using the capsules for each respectively, which you can add to your hub like you'd add a new text or photo capsule (under "Add More Stuff" on the right of your screen in edit mode).
For more on capsules, see darkside's great hub on the subject.
by Laura Schneider4 years ago
I've earned only $3.11 since I set up the eBay program, in contrast with a couple hundred from the Adsense program during the same timeframe. (1) is something set up wrong somewhere? If not, (2) can I opt-out of the...
by Sally Gulbrandsen4 years ago
It is my understanding that we are only entitled to have two Amazon Ads on a Hub. I still see many Hubs with more than two Ads and also Hubs with several capsules which contain two Ads each. What is...
by Brie Hoffman3 years ago
I am wondering if I should pull all my ebay ads because I've made nothing with them for a very long time..what about you?
by Marisa Wright21 months ago
Recently Paul Edmondson made a statement about ads which has caused some confusion.He has suggested that if you are using Amazon ads on a Hub, you should turn off other advertising. I can understand his...
by MacPharlain2 years ago
I'm trying to sign up for the earnings programs and can't because I don't have a Google AdSense account. I applied for one a few days ago but was rejected due to "insufficient content". (My account...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
Maybe I missed this change but as I was doing some editing, I saw that some of the amazon and ebay ads have changed size. Some are so big that it throws off the layout of the hub. Not good. It looks bad in some cases,...
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