Sorry if this has been covered, but I haven't found the answer.
I have a hub about a trip to Australia that has an Amazon capsule using the keyword "Australia". The very first item is a $0.99 book called "Ass up in Australia - The True Travels of an American Slut". The book's image is a close-up of a woman's rear end in thong. I'm not a prude, but I don't think this is appropriate for my hub. Is there a way to prohibit this book from showing in the ad or do I have to give up using the keyword search and instead implicitly add each product's number? I'd rather use the keyword search if possible.
You can either add hand-selected products individually to the capsule, or you can try using the "-" symbol to weed out that product.
For example, if you put "Australia -slut" in the keyword search box, it should exclude all results with the word "slut" in them.
Sorry for the typo, the question is "Can you prohibit the display of a particular book in an Amazon capsule?"
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