do you always use your associate? do you visit amazon or if you pick from the links are you losing revenues?
Its quite straight forward. Once you have registered your Amazon id with hubPages you just add an amazon capsule. You can then either just add keywords and take pot luck or, better visit the site and choose products by entering the reference numbers of the products that appear on the Amazon site.
Thank you both. This is the way I have been doing with the capsules. Maybe I have to improve my product choice :-)
by Mary Tinkler7 years ago
apparently I am not set up right for referrals to Amazon. I have the code but do not know where to find the place I paste the code to HTML. Also do I have to do this with every hub I write?
by gogogo10 months ago
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