For those who use ebay program, where do you guys put your ebay capsules on your hubs? I was just recently accepted to the ebay program and am going to add ebay products to a few of my hubs.
I was thinking of maybe putting a capsule at the top right and at the bottom of the hub(s).
Also, how many products should I add per capsule? I don't want to flood an article with products, but I don't want to have too few either.
I'm trying my own methods at this point, since I just got Ebay too. I don't think you can put one all the way at the top though.
It seems like people put a big body of text on the left and 6 capsules on the right a lot of times. More toward the bottom.
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