I basically dont get the whole page of copying n pasting widgets and adverts but I really want them ( certain adverts) on my page .
Can someone tell where I paste the adds they have as they say it will have my tracking code already in it too.
I don't think you can use that on hubs, it's for placing on your own web pages. We are only given what is in the amazon modules to work with.
livewithrichard is correct ... you only need to use the amazon module.
Place the module on your hub then browse to the Amazon site to find your products ASIN or ISBN number, and then add it on - or - let Amazon make the suggestions.
Personally, I think it's better to provide your own choices, as the consumer is counting on you to help them make an informed decision, and one might be considered a bit irresponsible if they went off the recommendation of another without having any firsthand knowledge of the product.
ohhhhh...well no wonder it didnt work...
thank you both for takin the time to answer-appreciate it heaps!
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