How do I embed my Amazon aStore as an inline frame or frameset? Specifically, where to I paste the HTML text on the HubPages site?
While you can embed the Amazon astore into hubpages you have to do it as a "Simple link to my store as a standalone site" It doesn't look as nice and doesn't have the Amazon logo, but it is possible. I just did it for one of my hubs http://hubpages.com/hub/Born-to-Run-Book-Review under the heading "More Adventure and Travel Books from Amazon". Admittedly, it looks like just another link and not a "store" but I'm interested to see if it generates any results. Hope that helps.
you can't use an astore on hubpages, you can only use the amazon module and select products or keywords for products. You can only use the astore on your own websites. I have a hub on how to add an astore to your wordpress blog, if you have one.
When you start your hub, there is a box at the top right, saying: ADD MORE CAPSULES. There is one saying Amazon. Click it and it is added to the bottom of your hub. Then use capsule ordering to move it to where you want. Then click "reorder now" to keep it at that location.
Click edit to open the Amazon capsule. Then the easiest thing is to choose keywords and have Amazon find things for you.
Once you do it, it is easy.
For More explanation about how to Use Amazon and other capsules
HubPages For Dummies A to Z - Part 2
will help !
Enjoy Hubbing !
I was wondering about the amazon issue also- But I have seen what appears to text links for amazon- how does that work?
There is a lot of advice on http://hubpages.com/guide/overview
Now I'm wondering how freelanceworld got a link in his answer. Let me see if this works. Here is a link I made up earlier.
<A HREF="http://www.hubpages.com/hub/PSP-Go-Review">PSP Go System Review</A>
The Amazon module is the easiest way to add Amazon products to your hubs. Some people get creative and use a Text Module and use one or two lines of anchor text to direct to a specific product. But when you do that you have to enter your entire affiliate code. HP takes care of all of that for you with the Amazon module.
by Christineharper 8 years ago
Hi Im new to Hub pages but I am really looking forward to sharing my ideas and interest with the internet. I need help with my Amazon Associates. Where on your web page to yoou copy and paste the HTML code that links hubpages to your Amazon store and how do you get pictures of Amazon products on...
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
Awhile back we were advised to remove all ads except for two or HP would come by later and do it for us. I dutifully removed all of my "extras", but am now continually seeing articles, some of them fairly new, with many, many ads. When I place ads on my hubs, I am...
by BundleBoy 9 years ago
How about adding a new commission junction module. Same as amazon but you can pull in products sold in commission junction into your hubs.May be modules for a few other affiliate vendors.
by Eileen Hughes 8 years ago
Are these easy to setup can anyone run one?Have been thinking of doing this but not sure how hard they are to organise. Do you have to have your own website to start or can you do them on a blog. Thanks
by megs78 9 years ago
Hey everyone,I just got a message from Amazon about how I haven't made any money from them yet and what I should do about it. They are saying I should add an Astore and widget and all this stuff...is it really necessary? I feel like my hubs are drowning in advertising sometimes, but I...
by glynch1 5 years ago
I have created an astore through Amazon, but have received very few hits (even to view the merchandise). What can I do to improve this performance, if anything?
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