How do you post products on your hub. I highlighted and copied the link, but where do I put it
Allow me to recommend this Learning Center entry: http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/amazon-capsule/
It includes a video tutorial that shows you each step of the process. I hope that helps!
There is a capsule which says:'' Amazon'' Click on it and after a few seconds, she will appear on your page. Then click edit and there will be options like :''Choose the keywords'' and ''Maximum number of items to display''. The rest is easy.
Assuming that you have an Amazon affiliate account, you need to insert your affiliate ID into the "Affiliate Settings" part of your HubPages control panel.
Afterwards, you will make product ads available in your hubs by inserting Amazon product capsules, which can be configured to select specific products or suggested products based on keywords. You can choose how many products to display, as well as how many capsules to use.
@ Website Examiner, Can you guide step by step how to do the needful to have various advertisement on my Hubpage URL
As mentioned on your other post, you need external traffic (traffic from search engines) before you can get to the point where you'll be selling items.
I have 60+ hubs aimed at selling products to people. And I only sold 33 last month.
Also, your hubs are poetry hubs, meaning it's not likely you'd sell anything in the rare event you got an external visitor.
IF you still want to put amazon items, simply open the Amazon capsule, click on select keywords and type in appropriate ones (such as 'red handbags' or 'poetry books'.) The items will automatically show up with pictures, once you save the capsule.
How do I get an Amazon affiliate ID?
You have to sign-up for the Amazon Associate program by visiting Amazon.com. If you'd like to sign up, start here.
You’ll be asked to fill out information about yourself, such as name, address, payment information. You’ll also be asked what your site – in this case, HubPages – is about. The entire process is very quick.
We then provide you with step by step instructions, including text that you’ll need to cut and paste into appropriate places. Once you’ve been assigned an ID, simply add it to your HubPages affiliate settings so you can begin earning commissions immediately.
by Marites Mabugat-Simbajon 6 years ago
I found some interesting questions from fellow hubbers and helpful answers from kind hubbers. I will go through those again if when I encounter the same problems. However, I couldn't find an answer to what I am so frustrated about.The HubPages video on Vimeo: "How to use the Amazon Capsule on...
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
Amazon says I need to redo most of my products, and I don't know what happened as the codes were there. Is there a fast way to do this? Can you sign in to Amazon once and then go back and forth fixing the problem. Anyone had this issue?
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats?categ … ule=AmazonFolks, we really need to make a concerted effort to delete (or at least not display) those Amazon capsules we know to be in violation of QAP.The above link will hopefully help.
by Gemini Fox 3 years ago
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by H Lax 4 months ago
Every time I put an Amazon capsule on my articles it gets snipped. I write how it benefits people and how it relates to the article.
by Pandoras Box 8 years ago
What is up with this? I can't tell you the number of times I've had to redo, change or entirely delete my amazon capsules because of 'missing products' that aren't really missing. What is the issue here? I'm afraid to look at my hub pages, and afraid to not look at them as well. Your hub ends up...
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