Having some issues today with amazon products not showing and just the message "No Amazon Results Found". When I go into edit hub the products are showing in the capsules, and on some of the hubs I've checked, when I finish editing the products will miraculously show up (but not always). Puzzling!
Here's one hub affected: http://hubpages.com/hub/3d-ready-tv
Yep, just gone into one of my hubs and seen the same thing.
It's a bummer! Just think of all those lost sales!
Actually, it might not be as bad as you think. I looked at one of my hubs, and *all* the Amazon products had gone. But when I logged out of Hub Pages, searched for the same hub and looked at it again, the Amazon products were all there. So obviously it's an internal glitch of some kind - random people out there on the Internet who find your hubs via the search engines will still be able to see and buy.
Yep, I've been noticing it on and off for a couple days.
I am creating a pretty Amazon heavy hub, and half the stuff I post, I am selecting actual products, appear, then quickly disappear. It's becoming frustrating. I don't make much at at from amazon, why am I even doing this, wasting my time...have also noticed disappeared Amazon ads on my older hubs and some other people's as well. It's been going on for days now.
This is more than likely an Amazon issue not HubPages. It happens sometimes. It sucks, and you just have to hope that the person who is willing to buy is going to see the products.
If it is a HP concern, I'm sure they'll fix it.
At least one of my hubs is having Amazon wrapping problems using a GNOME browser and Ubuntu (I don't know if they're related to the thread Whitney started on wrapping issues).
It's in the men's gifts section - the images should be on the left, but are appearing below, which looks strange. It looks correct in edit mode, though.
Was just about to post a thread about this subject......then I found this one. Amazon or HP may be doing some updates from time to time (saving information to a server, so we don't lose our work? possibly?)
I noticed yesterday one of my hubs was missing EVERY module for Amazon, yet with checking today, all seems to be back to normal.
Which is good, didn't wanna have to go back and add in all those handpicked items all over again....
same thing happening here on my latest hub which is heavy with amazon capsules.
this may sound silly, but I fixed it by moving the amazon product that was in the #1 field in the capsule, adding another field and moving it there. Then saving. All my products are now displaying. I stumbled across this fix just by accident. Fortunately, I only noticed one hub (my latest) having this problem cause I wouldn't want to have to do this with all my hubs!
give it a try and let me know if it works for you guys.
by ILoveChristmas 6 years ago
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by Person of Interest 3 years ago
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by Nalini Marquez 6 years ago
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by Gemini Fox 3 years ago
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by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
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by Person of Interest 5 years ago
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