Help needed for Amazon capsule
if I write a hub about a cake recipe, I should add amazon capsule with cake mixer, baking trays , etc, right? I read learning center that I need to write 50 words for each products. Does it mean that I have to write 50 words on the cake mixer and 50 words on the baking tray in my hub?
If you use four products, your Hub has to be at least 200 words. It doesn't matter what words they are but, if you are trying to sell something in an Amazon capsule, I've been told that you should mention the product in your Hub.
do i have to mention the brand or just the items? Example, if i add Hamilton cake mixer into my cake recipe hub; should i just mention the cake mixer or required to mention the Hamilton cake mixer?
I've been given advice to mention the actual product, but I will slide just a mention of the type and not the specifics. It's just to try to get away from folks hawking products unrelated to their Hubs.
My hub, Advanced Techniques for eBay and Amazon Capsules, answers this and everything else you didn't know could be done with ad capsules. Specifically, read the first paragraph below the first bullets.
http://howards.hubpages.com/hub/Advance … es-Modules
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