I tried to add Amazon to a hub and it would not work. I have an account. Is Amazon not working in California?
I've noticed that the item preview option doesn't work for me when I'm editing a hub, but they display fine when I'm out of edit mode.
Suggestion: double-check your external affiliate settings to make sure your Amazon associate ID is there.
I'll try it again, but they didn't even show up when I "saved".
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