Greetings, I'm still trying to reach a balance between hub content and affiliate capsules.
I would appreciate any feedback or criticism
here's my latest effort.
http://hubpages.com/hub/build-a-campfir … re-recipes
Apple I like what I saw/read. I don't really use amazon capsules - though I should.
As per amazon affiliation, I'm not an expert, better you look to Whitney, Nelle etc as they and others do well. I think the way that you introduced the capsules is fine, they blend with the overall article.
See what others come up with - then walk the line
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