I think I followed the steps correctly, but I still do not see an Amazon.com image on my articles. Can I have some help please.
Mom of Twin girls
You will need to be a bit more specific about what you actually did before anyone can help you much.
For example, did you click where it says "Amazon" under "Revenue Capsules"?
Did you type in a keyword or leave the default (your Hub title) in the search box?
Did you select something like "books" or "DVDs" or "products", or did you leave it on the default setting "all"?
Did you input specific ASIN numbers and switch the display from "keyword" to "ASIN"?
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