I put in tags to describe my hub pages but dont appear to get many ads on my hub pages.
for instance crafts on crochet. I use, craft, knitting, crochet, hobbies, etc.
Can anyone help meto get these ads on my pages. Thanks
Amazon items tend to come from having Amazon capsules on your pages, not from AdSense ads.
Yes I have amazon capsules on them but it says no amazon results found.
The only one I have one on is my birds one.
Check to see if you have ASIN or keyword selected. To search for an item by name, it must be the keyword option. You can also click the help tab when editing the text capsule.
Yep I just went in and found the keyword and changed it in there and now have some. thanks again. Great when you know how.
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