Okay I signed up with Amazon to earn money and it is advertised here and I wrote an article but amazon doesn't show up on my article. What do I have to do??? There aren't any instructions to this and I'm frustrated. Can I add Amazon to my article once it's published?
Absolutely! Check out the learning center article ere http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/amazon-capsule
Essentially, you need to enter your amazon affiliate number in your account page and then add amazon capsules in your hub.
I highly recommend adding them sparingly. There is a theory that excessive amazon products detracts from the quality of your article.
I recommend using them only where a very specific product makes sense to be added based on the content of your article.
Hope that helps!
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