Hey everybody, everytime I copy the HTML code at the end of an Amazon product page and try to paste it into a revenue capsule, I just get a message, 'no Amazon results found'. There are 4 boxes inside the capsule. But when I try to paste the copied HTML code into a capsule, nothing shows up but the above mesage. Any ideas? I only started Hubs last week so this is all new to me......
It's not the HTML code that you want. You need to copy and paste the URL of the product page you're looking at (copy it from your address bar), or the ISBN number which you'll find somewhere in the middle of the page.
Doh! That makes sense now! Sometimes the simplest solution stares you in the face....! Many thanks Marisa, I'll try that..
Hey Marisa, that worked! Great! Just one final question: what's the max amount of eBay and Amazon ads allowed on each Hub page? 6 of each or less or more....? Thanks again, you've been geat.
There is no limit, but more isn't necessarily better. They work the best when they are prominently featured and extremely relevant to the content of the hub. If you simply add a bunch of them as an afterthought they aren't going to make you any money.
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by premsingh 11 years ago
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