Sometimes Amazon presents two selections which are duplicates. Is there a way to delete one of them?
Not if you use the keyword option. I like to pick specific products in order to avoid duplicates or unrelated products. Hope this helps!
brittanytodd is right. I also use specific products on my Amazon capsules. That way, you can pick and choose which products best suit your hub. Go to Amazon and search for products you want to add to your hub. Copy the URL and paste it on the Amazon capsule. You can add as many products as you want, as long as you follow the "at least 50 words per Amazon product." Happy hubbing!
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