How to add Amazon products to Hubpage. How is it possible. Please tell me.
In edit mode, highlight the name of the product.
Click on the chain link icon in the text capsule toolbar.
Click on the Amazon tab.
Select the item from the list.
It's hardly worth the effort though, unless you specialise in niche topics.
You can't add any random item unless you have discussed it in the article, and used it, or know it very well. If you don't do it right, the editors will snip it.
Edit: you can't add products to poetry.
This is my hub. Similar to this and I used a used book which was available on Amazon, I added it but the editor moved it. What is the reason for this?
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