What is the best way to add Amazon links without reducing quality?

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  1. NaturallyInspired profile image94
    NaturallyInspiredposted 6 months ago

    I have a few questions regarding adding Amazon links to my hubs. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. I have already added a couple links to one of my articles and have actually generated a couple sales. Now I would like to start adding more to my current and future articles but I'm wondering what the best way is to go about it. I just worry that if I start adding links to my articles that the moderators will just remove them even worse, un-feature my hubs.
    From experience do you have better luck with using the Amazon links or the capsules?
    Should I add them to the end of my article or throughout?
    For adding links, do I need to describe the product or can I just add links to the body of my text?
    How many links or campus am I allowed to add per article?
    Just overall wondering what is the best way to add Amazon links without reducing the quality of my article.
    Thanks in advance for any advice or tips.

    1. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image96
      TIMETRAVELER2posted 6 months agoin reply to this

      Don't fall into the trap of thinking that the more ads you place, the more you will make.  One or two in text links, properly done, can serve as portals through which readers can start shopping for your items as well as many others.  Each time they buy something during that one visit, you earn!  So, one or two links that will benefit the reader in some way, relate directly to the topic and be products you not only have used yourself or an talk about someone close to you using but also discusses why your product is better than others of its type.  It helps if you sell products that are difficult to find or unusual.

  2. Nell Rose profile image90
    Nell Roseposted 6 months ago

    You should only use Amazon if you have bought the product yourself. For example if its a book you are selling then write a quick review in the box or underneath. They only jump on you if you add loads for no reason. And of course it must be about what you have written. I tend to add one or two at the most. The first one just under the first text box of writing. Then one near the end

    1. Urbane Chaos profile image96
      Urbane Chaosposted 6 months agoin reply to this

      Nell, do you have any articles that do especially well?  Back before the change, I used to make a lot through Amazon.  I finally got rid of all of the capsules and links about a year back, but if there's a way to make them work, I would be willing to give it a try again.


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