When your content talks about something related to a product or item that is available on Amazon or eBay, add a capsule beside.
When you are recommending a product or item, add the Amazon or eBay capsule with your mentioned product.
When you want to recommend a range of similar products, add the Amazon or eBay capsule.
When you want to give your reader some place to find the product, add the Amazon or eBay capsule.
Key - Relevant
by Person of Interest 3 years ago
http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats?categ … ule=AmazonFolks, we really need to make a concerted effort to delete (or at least not display) those Amazon capsules we know to be in violation of QAP.The above link will hopefully help.
by Luis E Gonzalez 5 years ago
I think that HP should discontinue Ebay capsules. The earnings are pitiful at best. Instead of Ebay I am sure that HP could use another advertiser/provider in its place.
by Gavino Berardesco 4 years ago
I don't know if I'm in the right place here but I'll give it a shot. I just got my first hub published and would like to know how I can make it better and what's the best way to monetize it for multiple earning streams?How can I best utilize eBay and Amazon? I really want to learn the right way....
by James M Becher 3 years ago
I have 4 hubs that are unfeatured, and no matter how I try imporving them, they remain unfeatured. Some of them are high scorers: One of them scored 88 today and yet it is still unfeatured. I can't understand this. Can anyone clue me in.
by mjkamrul 3 years ago
Hello Dear Hubbers,I'm somewhat in confusion while placing Amazon or Ebay capsule in my hubs because I don't know well from which program I can be benefited much. Do people like to buy something from Amazon? or Ebay in most cases? Any trick?
by marcleigh 8 years ago
when it comes to this sort of thing im a bone head. i noticed that you can generate cash by being affiliated with amazon. do i do this only once per hub i post or once and then im covered for every hub i post?
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