find the item on amazon that you want to link to and then when you are logged into your amazon account you will see a link for the item at the top of the screen.
Thanks! I guess it also helps to keep my eyes open and actually look on the site to see the little amazon capsule!!!? Can you tell I'm new to this stuff?
Easy when you know how!
Hi there, I actually wrote a hub about this not to long ago that will walk you right through it all! Good luck and let me know if you have any questions.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Sign-up- … n-HubPages
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