I bought and am hosting my name website. It's going to showcase my art, photography and some online writing adventures.
In it I would like to recommend certain products that I have had success with.
What widget in Amazon is a good one for what I want to do? I don't think I need a full blown astore, just something simple.
I would appreciate input on what Amazon widgets you have used and found successful. Thanks !!
I guess I am figuring it out - that it looks easier to just the add the amazon widgets straight from my Amazon account - although when I set up my first product list it is using my HP tracker instead of my website tracker.
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