I received a message from Amazon by email as to what I should do -- with options. So I chose one and then it says to copy the HTML onto my website. So that means I have to get my own website done -- which I'm planning but haven't done yet -- because hubpages is not my website. Right? I know this is basic stuff I'm still trying to 'get'. But if I do put the HTML onto my website -- when I get one -- how does that help me with hubpage views or clicks? So much to understand. Is there a hub on these points and questions somewhere? Mahalo.
I just wish Hubpages gave us the option to use Amazon ads in a horizontal layout, as in
| AD | AD | AD | AD |
by Hill Country9 years ago
Help! It says, "Highlight and copy the HTML below, then paste it into the code for your Web site." Well, I've copied it. Where do I paste it at?
by Vic Dillinger2 years ago
Recently, I, as well as hundreds of thousands of others was required by Amazon to submit a declaration that none of the sites I work for or on (in which I use my Amazon i.d.) specifically target children under 13 years...
by Mark Ewbie2 years ago
It would be nice to add links to merchandise from HubPages articles - same as the Amazon capsule.
by Philip Cooper8 years ago
Can anyone tell where I can paste Amazon HTML code which serves as a link to an Amazon product please?
by Mary Tinkler8 years ago
apparently I am not set up right for referrals to Amazon. I have the code but do not know where to find the place I paste the code to HTML. Also do I have to do this with every hub I write?
by NikitaVia7 years ago
I'm totally new to HubPages and have not yet published. I'm trying to sign up for Amazon Associates, but there are questions on the application that are not covered in the HubPages Guide. Here are the questions on the...
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