How to copy html from amazon Links and banners and widgets to hubpages
You cant, you must use the Amazon Capsule and search by keyword or put in exact item ISBNs and w/e the other numbers are called.
Thx for answering. Can you pls explain more, I am very new to hubpages. Even if you have already joined the afflifiate program under the my account??
What Thranax says is correct. HubPages does not allow HTML code, so the way to go is to use the Amazon capsule. Only users who have signed up for the Amazon affiliate program will benefit, this by getting 60% of the page impressions (HubPages gets 40%).
Please read through this information, where you will easily find an overview of how to set up the capsules, along with many other important things.
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