But I keep looking at people's hubs and their amazon ads flow SO WELL with the rest of the article--it seems that most people can put their amazon and eBay ads in capsules next to their text capsules, etc.
How do I do this? How can I put two capsules right next to each other so I can create a better flow in the article?
hey misha, check your email, I sent something about the 1way...been trying to reach you...I think i did it!!
Don't feel bad, took me a while to figure it out too. Hard to see things when they are right in front of you. I wasn't brave enough to ask. Would have saved me some time.
Hehe thanks bgpappa
Could anyone tell me if any of my articles look funny now? I tried playing around with them, and a couple look a bit off to me. If not that's fine too
mmmm.."On Why Social Security Will Collapse" and many others you should utilize some Avatars to represent your topic. You can find them all over the internet. However the article was great!!! Hope this helps.
thanks for the advice and compliment! what's an avatar though? (at least in this context)
If you go onto the internet and type in free pics, you will be able to find many topics that will allow you to use the pics for free, pic a picture that represents your topic and save as...then go to your hub and add it under the picture capsule.
An Avatar is a pic ..
An avatar is an image you use to represent yourself, particularly online.
Not every pic is an avatar - just your profile pic.
Other pics are just called "images".
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