I am not sure how to put in my code form Amazon Associates, I have put it in several capsules but when I preview all I see is the code not the picture...Thanks for you help in advance
Go to your account page and then to earnings. Place the code into the appropriate space provided and you will be through. You do not have to put the code anywhere else. Simply add the Amazon capsules and pick out the products you wish to sell on the page.
Tha HP learning center will give you all of the details.
Your Amazon affiliate code gets entered in your affiliate settings, not in the capsule.
You need to enter product ASINs in the capsule.
I'd also look at the learning center for information on the HP Earnings program - Amazon will soon be part of that, and you won't be able to use your own Amazo affiliate ID
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