I have been trying to get an Amazon product to appear in the middle of the text of my article. But the options are either it appears at the top with right aligned, or full-width at the bottom. Is using multiple text capsule to chunk your text and adding a related product to each chunk the way to make them appear as you want?
You can move the retail capsules up and down the Hub anywhere you like, but you can't have them be the first thing at the top.
To get a better idea of how Hubs are built, I recommend the Learning Center. They've got a great breakdown of how all the bits can be assembled.
The capsule for amazon can go below the content but I have seen people place it to the right of the content. How is that done? Does it require using html? I think that is the question.
Actually that is my question. The answer to the above question is yes. Make a text capsule, put an amazon capsule below it and then make another text capsule.
by Jackie Grant 14 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 I go on there and choose the product? Or does this only work for people who have...
by 2uesday 6 years ago
I have once again been discovering that some of my Amazon capsules are not displaying the products, at first I thought they were sold out or discontinued. It is an ongoing problem. When I try to add new products I have difficulty with that too. The only way I can do a work around is to find...
by Glen 8 years ago
Once you've researched, drafted, edited, proofed... and before you've published your hub, you should think about a few things you could do to do it justice and add some extra appeal to it.1) Photo or Illustration? I like at LEAST one image. That way when it comes up in the hub search results it has...
by Rahul Parashar 4 years ago
I can only use the keyword method, but haven't got hang off the specific products method. A step by step procedure will be really appreciated.
by Amanda Littlejohn 4 years ago
I have published a featured hub based around a product available on Amazon. It's a large outdoor play set. I guess it's an experiment to see how this kind of page performs. Typically, my hubs get indexed and show up well (page one or two) in search results across a range of keywords within about 24...
by girlpower 3 years ago
For some reason i can't get a amazon products URL go into the amazon capsule. I know you can now only use one product, but when i cut and paste a book's amazon page url it pastes, then turns into a smaller link but when i save and publish it isn't there. Is there something i am doing wrong?
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