Ive put amazon and ebay on my hub, but i am in the UK.
The keyword my hub is based around is a very UK orientated keyword and the marketing ive done in the past , i know it gets alot of traffic from google
is there a way to change the amazon and ebay feed to UK and no the .com versions?
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