Hi all - I am hoping to head off another 3 week bout of editing due to hoopla over an Amazon capsule of the inclusion of a product. At this point I have largely given up on including Amazon products anywhere in my articles even when I have personal experience with the product and it is highly relevant to the article. I may have one product in two hubs. Of course to help earnings as well as to help the reader it is good to add them when they are appropriate and relevant and I have decided to try it once more. I had my article on eugenics approved and featured in record time and haven't had a problem in the several days since. I have just added a review of a book which explains the topic in a far more detailed and personal manner and it is one of the sources I read for the article. The review is close to 700 words and the article with the review is almost 2500 words. I used an Amazon capsule which may or may not be a good idea- I don't have a feel for this exactly. I just wanted to try to head off any possible reason for the hub to be unfeatured, sending me back into weeks of editing hell after which I simply get rid of the review and associated link. The article is here https://owlcation.com/social-sciences/I … -Eugenics. Thanks for any advice/feedback as to anything I may be missing that could lead to problems.
by Waheed Hassan 11 months ago
So, this is the third time HP has snipped Amazon from my hubs. Every time one of my Hubs is edited by HubPages to add to a network site they snip any Amazon capsules on the Hub. The Amazon capsule is always extremely relevant to the topic discussed and is not spammy, yet HubPages doesn't seem to...
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
I am confused about putting a product on my hub. I can do the product, but if I try to imbed the description, it is HTML. I cannot find an answer at Amazon or in the FAQ here. I am a new associate. Thanks.
by Catherine Giordano 14 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 Marina 4 years ago
As part of the Squidoo asset purchase, we're excited to incorporate some of the best-performing practices from Squidoo into HubPages. They've always had us beat in Amazon sales, and we're pleased to announce that we're adopting their Amazon product design.Squidoo has done extensive testing on their...
by IzzyM 3 years ago
Now that we are 'all in this together' so to speak with the new HP Amazon program, it is in all our interests to get as many sales as possible, as we will all benefit.I'll start.If your hub is all about cleaning carpets, for example, a hub entitled How to Clean Carpets may encompass all if your hub...
by riotgrrrl 10 years ago
Im new here so i hope this isn't a stuid question.I have created my first hub, and have just been looking on amazon here and it offers the HTML code to add a drop down search box on your hub... but when i try to add a text capsule to my hub then edit the HTML it wont let me and says "HTML will...
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