No Amazon products found
Instead of an ad, I see this: No Amazon products found
Any suggestions why this is?
It's because the product you specified in the Amazon capsule is not available any more. If you want to make sure there are always products in your Amazon capsule, use keywords rather than specific products (urls).
That happen to me a few times. I just go back and copy the link again. That usually works for me or that product may not be available.
We had this problem last week and it was fixed. I just checked mine and the ads are there. You posted this 28 minutes ago, so maybe try checking your ads again. Also make sure, your hubs are not marked for broken links.
OK, here is the solution I found. I had too many categories.
For instance: Physics, books, jewelry, electronics, miscellaneous
BINGO! One or two specific categories are what you need.
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