Im new to Hub pages but I am really looking forward to sharing my ideas and interest with the internet. I need help with my Amazon Associates. Where on your web page to yoou copy and paste the HTML code that links hubpages to your Amazon store and how do you get pictures of Amazon products on your webpages. I just cant figure it out and I know I am doing something wrong somewhere can anyone help me in simple terms please
You don't paste HTML codes into Hubs. Once your affiliate code is entered into your affiliate settings page here, you just add products using an Amazon capsule.
So ... we can't use the Amazon Associates options for their aStore and endless.com (shoes, handbags) or any of their "best purchase" products?
Or, is it that we have to find those items via Amazon.com, then submit the URL using the capsule?
That's right. None of them fancyshmancy stuff.
You have to put the product url into the capsule (or you can enter a search term and the capsule will do its best to find items related to it)
You can of course create a text link to the URL of your Amazon aStore, if you are feeling really fancy you could even create an aStore for every region, and then link through to a geotargetting frame to maximize sales!
Now you've made my head spin....
Hang on, how can you geotarget on Amazon?
As Marisa said, wow! now that's very cool information and would make a interesting Hub, thisisoli I expect to see it within 72 hours, chop chop get to work hehe (teasing you, k )
Somehow i prefer Adsense than amazon affiliates, i have registered my site and put their ads in my site for about 2 months, i don't earn anything yet. But with Adsense, i just put their ads about last week, and i start earning, eventhough not much yet, but it started.
Ow my brain, I can add the amazon things and put search tags (which I'm still picking almost at random for everything no idea what to do with tags) and then stuff comes up. what was all that about linking url's and some amazon store? (isn't amazon already a store?)
Enjoy the flight!
Happy Trails (helping you get used to your western talk)
are you geotargetting via htaccess? or a simpler method?
by escafeld 12 years ago
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by SIJO1 9 years ago
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