I have noticed that a number of Hubbers put Amazon.com referral links to the right side of their text.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Essential-Equip … Apocalypse
How do I do this using the HubTool? I have tried to move them around and changing the width to no avail.
Do I have to put the Amazon HTML in manually?
Say if you have the text capsule on top and the Amazon capsule right below it, you click the little arrow on the Amazon capsule to make it half width. Then you click the up arrow and voila your amazon capsule is right next to your text.
Hopefully, this makes sense to you
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