I wonder if adding a border to Amazon capsules like in the photo capsules, would make the product/capsule more attractive? Can HP do this and what do you think?
Not sure about this, perhaps you could tell me sallybea where you can change the colour?
Go to your account page, find the hub you would like to edit - go to edit and then go to an amazon ad which you already have listed there, or start a new one.. Move your ad to the right of the page, rather than have it the full width of the page. Click on edit and you will see three backgrounds from which you can choose. They are on the left hand side of the page - view them and see which one you like best and choose one. You cannot do this if you ad is left the full width of the page. Save and you are done.
I know about the color or shade options but adding a border like what you can do on photos may make them look nicer.
by catgypsy6 years ago
Hi! I just got signed up with Amazon and was wondering if I can go back to my Hubs and add that in? Also where it says "capsule subtitle" what does that mean and what do I put in there? Where is the best place...
by Mary Wickison10 months ago
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