I have just started so am a real rookie....I cannot enter my saved links into the link box under my text when writing an article.
I have publised one articla where the link was added but when I ty and add my new links to a new hub, nothing happens.
Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong pleeeeeeze or am I having a senior moment
The link at the bottom of your hub is working okay. although I would add an amazon capsule and a picture and a bit mor etext to your hub to try and attract googles attention if you want to start earning money. Just and idea its up to your choice of preference.
you can earn money from amazon sales with their capsules too if you add relevent ones to weight reduction. hope that helps. cheers
Hey, thanks Eileen, I appreciate your help.
I will do what you suggest in my one and only published Hub but
I have written 3 more hubs and cant seem attach the saved links, although I can copy and paste to the link box, it doesnt transfer to the LINK under my article comments..
I will keep trying.
There are other ways to create links. You can create links inside the text capsule by underlining the text you want linked, then click on the linking icon and insert the URL.
Maybe the trouble is that the links you are trying to create are affiliate links that do no work well with the links capsule.
dont underline the text, highlight it with your mouse then click the link button
"Underline" was meant as synonymous with "emphasize," which in my thinking is synonymous with "highlight." I should have been clearer.
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