I would like to post Amazon products on my hubs, but I am having trouble doing this. I can highlight and copy the HTML code for the product, but I don't know how to paste it into my website. I am working with internet explorer 9. Thanks for any help you can give me on this.
There are two ways of doing this..
add amazon capsules to your hub..and select keywords and number of products...this will be auto generated.
you could alternatively choose specific products and on the Amazon site after logging in find the products copy the links or the ISDN number and paste it into the columns..and you can see the products in product preview.
Hope this helps.
If you are an affiliate,you can click on the Amazon capsule and pick the product you want to display
Thanks alot for your help, Stacie L and sofs. I think I am OK on this now.
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