I would like to ask about the amazon add. It says there paste this HTML code to your website code this i didn't understand since adsense are also telling us to do the same.I dont know exactly where to paste them. Is it possible to paste both amazon code and adsense code in that HTML editor. Thanks
You do not need to paste any code onto your hubs. HubPages will automatically generate the code with your affiliate ID in it, assuming you've entered them them correctly on your account settings. Google ads appear automatically, but you are responsible for adding Ebay/Amazon capsules and stocking them with relevant products, if you so desire.
Hi but its different with amazon. what is ASIN all about nd when I already choose a product why they have a code to be pasted in my web site account for amazon. Thanks
That's what I'm saying. You do not need to place any code. Just go to your hub, see on the right-hand side where it says "Add more stuff" and scroll down to revenue capsules. Click to add the Amazon capsule. Then you can edit the Amazon capsule and either enter specific products (by ASIN, which is an identification number, or simply by the URL of the product on the Amazon site, if you don't know how to find the ASIN), or by entering keywords. Hit save, and you're all set! You can move the Amazon capsule just as you would any other capsule, with the up-and-down arrows, as well as float it to the right within another capsule with the right-arrow button.
by catgypsy 8 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 to postion the Amazon capsule?Thanks for answering what may seem like moronic...
by Peggy Woods 8 years ago
I have been trying without success to get those specific products or even Amazon banners posted into some of my hubs. They say to highlight the code (which I do) and then paste it into the website. I have tried doing it in the code section, Amazon section and also tried it in the RSS...
by SaraHays 9 years ago
I am SO frustrated trying to figure this out!!I am trying to add my Amazon HTML code to my webpage - but WHAT webpage are they talking about?Here are the steps I've followed so far: On the Associates page (Amazon) under Build Links and Banners > Site Stripe (then to the pop up menu where you...
by Catherine Giordano 16 months ago
I understand the rationale for removing amazon capsules. I'm very careful not to include amazon capsules unless they are 100% relevant, and I can provide a personal opinion. I rarely do more than one per hub.HP is not only snipping amazon capsules on hubs for niche sites, but also just to have a...
by marcleigh 9 years ago
when it comes to this sort of thing im a bone head. i noticed that you can generate cash by being affiliated with amazon. do i do this only once per hub i post or once and then im covered for every hub i post?
by Natalie Frank 15 months ago
I have an article on Artist Communities in National Parks. It is the same quality as other hubs on similar topics but wasn't featured. I edited, nothing, then added a list of the 50 some odd programs and it was featured. For about 3 hours. Then despite not being changed again and...
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