Okay, so I've been having this problem for a while now. I WAS able to conquer the issue by using IE, but alas... that avenue is no longer viable either. I'm now having problems in Firefox.
Here's the story about the problem... If I manually insert the products ASIN, it says "no products found". But, trust me, the products are available. I know because I can get them to appear if I search by keywords. But, this has become a huge pain. I have to set up individual Amazon capsules, highlight the exact wording of the product I want in order for it to appear. Of course, this method will only allow me to place one product in the Amazon capsule, so I have to create a new capsule for each product.
I hope this makes sense. Bottom line, getting products to appear via ASIN isn't working.
Thanks, guys. Hubbers, is anyone else having this issue?
I have been struggling with this too, it is making the hubs with Amazon products look odd as the message is stating as you say 'no products found'. If I find the product on Amazon and try to re-do a new capsule with the codes it also states 'no products found'.
I also tackled the problem with the work around that wordscribe43 used but it took a lot of time and it is only a temporary fix for some of the hubs affected. I also found the same problem when trying to make a new HubPage - so it is not to do with stock issues which I thought it was at first. It is on older hubs and new ones for me.
I did not report it earlier as I thought the glitch might be related to the coming changes with how Amazon works here,but it has been ongoing for days now.
Thank you wordscribe43 for posting this problem - I had forgotten to do it.
Kindle Books, Myhabits products and feeds from some other amazon empires are not fetched in capsule for some odd reasons.
This problem is still happening on some of my pages, it means that there are pages that have products missing and I cannot add or replace them by selecting only by keywords.
Grrrr.... I haven't written a hub for a few days, so I haven't run across it. But, I'm sorry to hear the problem persists. It's infuriating, isn't it?
Thanks for the empathy.
It is happening on some of my older hubs and it is time consuming to put right and if I leave it, then the page has lots of 'No Amazon Product' notes on it.
Maybe it is just on certain types of types of products, I hope so otherwise we might all think everything is OK and have pages looking like that.
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