I'm sorry if this is answered elsewhere (and I'm sure it is) but I can't find any information about how to display ads for specific items from amazon and ebay on your hubs.
I have signed up for the affiliate programs but I'm stuck on the next step. I really want to display a list of relevant items alongside the text of my hub, as I've seen in other's hubs. How do I do that?
Have you tried adding the relevant product capsules to your Hubs?
Welcome Karen. Darkside's Hub on Capsules explains how it works:
by paradigmsearch2 years ago
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by James Paterson8 years ago
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by 02SmithA7 years ago
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by Marlene F.7 years ago
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by MacPharlain2 years ago
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by eculligan5 years ago
I can see contextual advertising being a source of income but wouldn't think that hubs would be making a lot of revenue from ebay and amazon. If people are really making money then perhaps I'll give it a try.
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