I am mainly looking for tips and how to's. This is my first time using amazon capsules. Thank you!
The best way to do that is by writing a review of a specific product catering to the buying phase of research. Such as the best ... product. The other thing you could do is refer products using a how-to hub. In both instances, you need to provide information not directly available on Amazon. Make the review and/or suggestion helpful to the reader.
If you write to sell, you're not going to have a lot of luck getting Amazon clicks. However, if you write an article that lends itself to including a product, it comes across as more sincere and much less spammy. Always state that you use the product or that someone you know has done so, and state why this is. It's also good to compare your product to similar ones and state why you prefer the one you're discussing.
Anchor text links appear to be more preferable to the capsules. They are generally considered less intrusive.
In addition to what the others have said, if you are not writing a review article then you may include a link to an item that the reader may not normally have in their home. Nonetheless, similar criteria applies as regards why you are recommending that specific item and what your personal experience of it is.
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