This was mentioned in another thread, but I'll make it separate here to avoid confusion.
When you use RSS or News capsules, they can be kind of ugly if you have more than one.
Moreover, they can interfere with use. For example, if I want to have a RSS feed capsule for only my posts tagged "iPad" and another for those tagged "Analytics" and a third for those tagged "Electronic Gadgets", not only is it ugly but a person who wants only the "Analytics" hubs might miss that in the clutter of the other stuff.
by Brandon Lobo5 years ago
Hi MickiIf you've noticed I've not written any hubs recently, I'm on my vacations from University and thought of doing a 30 hubs in 30 days challenge. Rather, I've gone for a 30 Wizzley articles in 30 days - for a good...
by Sondra Rochelle4 months ago
Does anybody know if there is a way to find out which hubs are earning on Adsense? I am in the midst of having a huge income spike from Adsense all of a sudden and don't know why! So far today I've earned...
by Jackie Grant5 months ago
I think I missed something here but have recently seen some discussions about in-text Amazon links v Capsules. How do you put in text links in, is there a special way? Do I just get the link that I get from Amazon when...
by Helen Cater8 years ago
At last I have my adsense account. I am so happy. Now I just need to do the 30 day challenge and learn how to make some money. Thankyou everyone who helped me reach this first milestone.
by Carolyn Dahl8 weeks ago
I would love to know how to use text links through the Amazon Affiliates program rather than just the capsules in our Hubs. How do you do that?
by Liz Elias2 years ago
Okay--so we all know it is forbidden to click on ads on your own hubs, and at least severely frowned upon, if not outright forbidden to do so on the ad on other hubbers' articles.But--how about their Amazon ad...
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