Hi friends i really have problems with the amazone affiliation program.i already have an id and a pass word but now, i have problems creating product links with my web site.for example to add a widget for a product to my web page ,iam instructed to copy a code and paste it into my webpage.WHERE EXACTLY IN MY WEB PAGE AM I TO PASTE THIS CODE.
is it also very important to creat an astore in amazon because even when i tried to do so i was given a code at the end to copy and paste on my webpage.
please i need help.Thanks
You need to use an Amazon capsule when you're in the edit mode. You don't need to paste any code.
Scroll down to where it says: Amazon capsules. http://hubpages.com/guide/hubtool/capsules
See if this answers your question. You only need to enter the ASIN (under product details on the Amazon site) into your Amazon capsule. Does this make sense? I was confused at first also!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubpages__How_t … ay_Capsule
Here's a great hub on the topic. Will walk you through the process.
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