Hi Matthew, I think this is the right place to pose this question. In addition to seeing some atypical Amazon activity in my account, I am also unable to consistently put new Amazon products in a hub I want to publish. This happened with both Chrome and Firefox. I know you'll be on this ASAP, but I wanted to bring it to your attention, because the system seems a little buggy.
Have a great Memorial Day weekend.
Actually, I was finally able to publish the hub I wanted, but it was very difficult getting the Amazon modules into it. Sometimes they simply wouldn't load, and I'd get a message saying no products were found. Then, sometimes they would load, but I didn't know it until I went back to edit the hub before publishing it.
I am also having problems with Amazon. I have a regular stream of sales and now I have 4 sales which haven't shipped in over a week and then lots of zeros. Also--my Amazon capsules are also not showing up and I'm having trouble when I try to add one to the hub. These are all very Hub related ones--nothing outside what I should be doing.
My Amazon capsules on the two hubs I checked are showing, so I'm assuming people can see my ads. I don't know.
I have no idea. I have just published my new hub but I have not put amazon ads, yet. I´ll do it later and then I´ll check my amazon.
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