by calicoaster 8 years ago
I don't understand, what is wrong here. I just now checked one of my latest published hubs (Smoothie maker) and in the amazon capsule, it shows hubpages ID in the link, instead of mine. I am afraid if some of my earnings have already been lost in this.Another hub of mine "Kiddie...
by Waheed Hassan 9 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 johndwilliams 3 years ago
My Amazon sales are dead in the water. My Amazon Caps are discrete - I have added only when directly related to a product.I am not getting much traffic at the mo, so I guess this is an issue. I posted around 60 Hubs in Dec 2014, so it should be these have not been picked up by Google as organic...
by mecheshier 6 years ago
I have 2 HubPages: The only Hub that are on the topic wine mecheshier.hubpages.com/hub/Emerging-Wine-Countriesmecheshier.hubpages.com/hub/New-World-Wine-Regions-and-Old-World-Wine-Countries-2010The Hubs are not showing any information on both side of the article e.g. Most Hubs have your name,...
by Peggy Woods 7 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 bill1001 9 years ago
I have registered with Amazon assosiciates and have been assigned an ID whihc i have added to my HubPages profile. However i still see no Amazon on my hubs. Can someone please help. My hubs include the following: <snipped hub links>
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