How do I write a review of Amazon products on already published hubs?
How do I go back into my Amazon capsules I have placed on already published hubs and write a review beside the products? I am able to open the Amazon capsules re: edit but I don't see where to put the review. I apologise for the clumsy wording of this question.
Open up a new text capsule and place it beside or above the amazon capsule and write your review in there. Make sense?
Like Grant says, you can open up a new text module and amazon modules to add to hub or edit/modify existing content to write reviews.
Just thought, that amazon reviews might be consider too much promotional per new hubpages changes.
Hi Wealthseeker, thanks for your input. The reason I was asking about promoting Amazon products is because I read that to increase traffic one should write a minimum of 50 words per product, I find this a bit difficult because I am not familiar with most of the products I advertise through Amazon. I enjoy the writing aspect of HubPages but I haven't put a lot of energy into making money from my site yet. I've made 57 cents so far in June!!
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