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 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 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 premsingh9 years ago
If one is left behind in technoogical race, he is always at a loss. It always hurts me that there is no provision for pasting a HTML code at hubpages. There may be a policy of HP for not including this...
by Mazlan6 years ago
Hi, I just joined 3days ago and in the mist of writing my first hub. I tried to insert the HTML code (for my amazon affiliate link)in my main text but it does not work. I have to confess that I have not read all the...
by Tessa Schlesinger9 days ago
I have 20 bullet points. Because I like my readers to have reader-friendly material, I like to put this in two or three different text capsules.However the hp numbering system doesn't give the option of carrying on...
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