Is there anyway of modifying an Amazon.com search?
Basically I want to do one search for Jumperoo or Exersaucer - so I get a page of results that is a mixture of the two, rather than two separate searches.
And now don't run of and write a hub about Jumperoo's or Exersaucers or I'll track you down and break your knee caps...... or I will quietly sulk and eat lots of chocolate.
We have no rights and permissions to modify amazon search.
Ankigarg please stop posting answers which show you have no understanding of the question or the answer.
Spacey Gracey was enquiring how to change the search keywords in the amazon capsule.
Sorry, but I've got no idea on that one
Can't you just put the keywords in the same box? Or else search the site ourself and put the numbers in the other box?
I dont know if this helps, but I would probably open two tabs both to Amazon.com. It will be there that I would search individual keywords and place the url from individual products that I want to use in my Amazon capsule.
Either that, or create an Amazon astore specifically for those product keywords and insert a link to the main part of the hub. You are allowed two links per hub to same sites and this could be the astore - remember not to add astores across all hubs because you can get penalised for this.
If you want to know how to create an amazon astore, you are welcome to check out my hub on this (see profile). I also know that Sunforged has a good hub on this too - so you have a choice!
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