Is there any way to know when a specific product on a hub is sold out or unavailable? I'd like to keep some automation and not have to check the hub frequently if possible.
I often check my Hubs, only to find that certain Amazon products I have promoted are sold out. It would be nice if we could be notified, but I don't think we can. I find this difficult to keep up with, although I only have 25 Hubs. Goodness knows how it must be for those with many more.
I'd be interested to know how they deal with it.
Do you choose to link to specific products or do you link to products based simply on keywords? If you use the keyword method, the capsule should probably update itself. If not, then I see how this could become a problem - and a tedious one at that.
As I'm experimenting with product reviews, I have to use the specific link, otherwise my writing won't make sense. I know keyword based will update, but I'm hoping there is some way to know when a specific link is sold out. Otherwise it will indeed be tedious.
by Pandoras Box 7 years ago
What is up with this? I can't tell you the number of times I've had to redo, change or entirely delete my amazon capsules because of 'missing products' that aren't really missing. What is the issue here? I'm afraid to look at my hub pages, and afraid to not look at them as well. Your hub ends up...
by kirstenblog 8 years ago
I am currently writing a product hub and found a great bit of kit to include but on amazon it is currently unavailable and they do not know when or if this item will be back in stock. Is it worth including this item on my hub or shall I go searching for something similar?
by Rickrideshorses 6 years ago
Hi,Since starting Hubpages I've had no success at all with the Amazon affiliates program. This is in direct contrast with Google Adsense which I've had a few pay outs with. What are other peoples experiences with Amazon? Do you get many clicks and how many of those translate into sales?I'm starting...
by nishadwriter 7 years ago
Any of ever sold amazon products through your hubsall most every people are displaying amazon capsules in thier hubs, some times they are not focusing to their niche, what they are writing on have ever sold amazon products, how can do it naturally
by Shadaan Alam 3 years ago
I want to know what prompts you to pick up a particular product for your hub. Is it:1. The price of the product2. The customer reviews (the more they are the better the product)3. You have used it (of course not possible always)4. Any other....Hey its not a poll, i have just given a few instances...
by Will Apse 2 years ago
I often see barely related Amazon ads on pages here. Sometimes, I see ads that seem plain perverse -- ads for Apple TV on an apple pie recipe page, for example.I'm sure a lot of the most unrelated (and harmful) Amazon ads come from the 'choose keywords' feature in Amazon capsules.Might be helpful...
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