If I want to add something to sell from Amazon, do I just put the url in the box or do I have to put the HTML of my Amazon Associates account?
*I have signed up with HubPages and separately with Amazon.
Thanks in advance.
You can either use an Amazon capsule or use some anchor text to create in inline link (best option).
When you are editing a text capsule, highlight the relevant anchor text (usually the name of the product you are discussing), click on the chain icon in the toolbar, then click on the Amazon tab. You should see your item in the list. Click it and your code will be added automatically.
Thanks for your reply!
So I don’t need the amazon HTML if I just press the amazon tab on HubPages?
make a word link. After you hub is written choose one word that is what you want to sell. You cannot make it soundlike you are trying to sell something. Choose that one word or phrase and highlight it. click on the link. in the window that comes up, put in what you are looking for. It will come up in another window several items. Choose the one that is closest to what you want. If none of them are, put in a different phrase. When you find what you want in the list, highlight it with a click.
Hope I made this clear enough to help you. Hope it is what you are looking for.
Thanks for the advice. I've done them like this in this blog. Do you think that's fine at the end of the blog?
I will try with a one worder as well.
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