I have seen other hubber who have placed relevant amazon ads on their hub. I want to display some relevant ad. I tried to copy and past the html code but it did not work. Can any body tell me how to get the desired amazon ads on my hubs.
Please help solve this problem.
You only need to add the Amazon capsule to the hub while you are in edit mode of your hub. Then click on the edit button of the Amazon Capsule.
You have 2 options, You can type in a specif product or click on the choose keywords option. I always use the latter.
You can use the drop down arrow to choose between 1 or 10 adverts on each capsule.
The Amazon Capsule also has other options too to make the adverts pleasing to the eye on your hub. Good luck
Biting truths you are going too hi tech.. simple is the word. Use the Amazon capsules use a keyword to search a product or copy paste the specific URl's of each product..that you want it will convert into the ISBN number when you are done pasting.
Once you have singed up with amazon, all you have to do is when you are done typing your hub, click on the amazon capsule and follow the simple directions from the capsule. I don't recall any codes that have to be inserted anywhere.
And make sure you have 50 words of text for every ad you use.
I wrote a hub on how to put amazon on your hubs if you want to have a look at it.
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