I have been trying to figure this our for hours. I have got the html put into the html of the hub, but it did not stay and nothing happened. What do I need to do different?
You cannot change the coding of a hub.
There are two ways to add Amazon, one is by using an Amazon capsule (when in Edit mode, look to the right to see all the different capsules).
Better still, add an in-text link. Again, while in Edit mode, within a text capsule, highlight the relevant product name. Click on the chain icon on the capsule tool bar. Select the Amazon tab and your item should be there.
In that way, you get to take advantage of the extra commission that you could earn via HubPages.
It's very important that the item is completely relevant to the hub content. You would say something like...
"So while weeding my herb bed, I found this ***thing*** absolutely invaluable in helping me complete the job."
***thing*** being the product you will link to.
The html that Amazon provides is for your own site or blog.
Thank you for such a fast response. I did not expect such a fast response. One more question. Where do I click on the amazon product page to select the amazon tab?
Thank you very much for your help raggededge. I got it figured out! It is done! I got a link! It looks great!
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