You would just insert the URL into your hub, whether it be in the link capsule or the text.
To make a link in the text capsule, you could type something like "Look at this awesome product here", highlight that portion of the text and then click on the little link icon and insert the hyperlink where it asks you for it. I'd also recommend you make the link open up in a new window, by using the advanced features.
Just to add, you are only allowed 2 links to one place and your hub must be original content and not just a copy of where you are sending your visitors. I found that the best strategy is to place the link in a link capsule next to where you place a call for action in your content.
just out of a matter of interest is it worth signing up to clickback just for hubpages?
Side note: if you use unoriginal content (I see a lot of lenses with copy and paste duplicate content to promote clickbank products) you won't be able to have outbound links.
So if your product review isn't actually a real review... it won't work too well on HubPages.
by LongTimeMother 2 years ago
My most recently snipped hub is about a specific product that is not readily available in stores. It used to have an amazon capsule, but that was deleted courtesy of HubPro a while back. Made no sense to me at the time because I've had multiple sales through amazon for that product, but I didn't...
by frogpatch 9 years ago
If I paste a link into the text that starts with http:// I can't hyperlink it. If it starts with www. it links automatically. Is there a trick to this? Thanks
by Catherine Giordano 9 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 Fay Favored 3 years ago
Since I don't have an affiliate to Amazon or adsense why does the violation list that I have too many of these? What is the difference between the two?I thought that you could have one amazon link per 50 words. Some of my pages have over 1,000 words and only 4 amazon links, and it's...
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
I apologise to Marisa, as I have no intention of 'stealing her thunder' for her excellent hub gathering statistics on the Plunges and Surges - http://marisawright.hubpages.com/hub/Hu … es-survey. I have looked at another aspect which was not included in the survey. I looked at about 10...
by Mazlan 6 years ago
Hi, I just joined 3days ago and in the mist of writing my first hub. I tried to insert the HTML code (for my amazon affiliate link)in my main text but it does not work. I have to confess that I have not read all the articles and resources available and looking for a quick answer by posting this...
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