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Sat May 12 2007 09:05:35

eBay Changing Its Affiliate Program

By: Ina Steiner

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eBay is rumored to be introducing changes to its Affiliate program on Monday. The program allows third-parties to earn revenue for driving bidders and buyers to eBay listings - for instance, affiliates can earn $12 to $22 commission per new active user referral.

eBay changed the program in March so sellers could earn affiliate revenue on bids placed on their own items. (You still can't put affiliate links on eBay pages - for instance, you can't include the links in your About Me pages - but you may include links on your website or blog.)

I don't know what changes may be coming on Monday, post a comment if you have more information.




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eBay Changing Its Affiliate Program   eBay Changing Its Affiliate Program

by: Brian Snale

Sat May 12 16:45:00 2007

Sounds like they are getting increasingly desperate to find new folk to support the place. Sounds like existing users don't like the changes and enhancements and are using the St Elswheres judging by the pheebay.com forums



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