Please tell me how amazon Affiliate program works on hubpages, and please tell me how to use it, and can I get amazon widgets, banners or links on my hubs? Thanks a lot
simply add amazon capsule in your hub.In Capsule Subtitle fill the product category name or category keyword.Then click on choose specified products then a list of products displayed and then save.Amazon banners will be displayed on your hub
you need to link your amazon associates account to Hubpages, read the FAQ for a walkthrough!
Is it possible to edit the design of those ads? For example, hide prices.
Hi I also ask the same question last week and till now I only know that by ordering the amazon capsule I can choose the tag word to order from the list the things you want but still dont know how to use the banners, widgets and stuff.
well by now you probably have it all sorted out. apply and get accepted per amazon. link your amazon account to hubpages. then just add the capsule to your hub click on keywords for example (like German Shepherd Dogs) and amazon material will come up. once you do this once or twice you will see how easy it is.
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