Making More Money with the Ebay Affiliate Program

Getting more out of Ebay's affiliate program

Questions about making money as an Ebay affiliate come up pretty often in the Hubpages forum and since it is one of my main sources of income, I thought it would be a good idea to put together a hub on how to get the most out of your affiliation with Ebay, not just here at Hubpages, but on your own websites as well.

I'll start with a brief overview of how the Ebay Partner Network works, what I think you can do to maximize your earning opportunities on your hubs and why you should be putting Ebay capsules in every hub. Then I'll take a look at some of the tools available that can help you quickly set up niche shopping sites for Ebay if you are ready to take the leap into getting your own hosting and domain names.

This is mostly off the cuff and it's gotten pretty long *g*, but if you feel I've left anything out or there is something that could use further clarification, let me know in the comments.

The Ebay Partner Network

Ebay used to run their affiliate program through Commission Junction, but in April of this year they decided to take the whole thing in house and they now run it as the Ebay Partner Network. They have a ton of tools for promoting Ebay, including rss feeds and various widgets, so you don't need to buy extra scripts and such to promote Ebay, but they do make life easier.

One of the reasons I love promoting Ebay and am planning on making them a bigger part of my revenue building going forward is the life of the Ebay cookie. Basically when someone clicks on your Ebay links, a cookie is dropped on their computer. Assuming it does not get overwritten by someone else's cookie, the cookie will expire in 7 days if that person already has an Ebay account or 30 days if they do not.

This means that I have seven days to make money from someone who is already an Ebay user, or 30 days to make money from someone who has never used Ebay before. Compare this to the life of Amazon's cookie, which is 24 hours.

Also, Ebay pays you for active sign-ups even before a user has officially won something and paid for it. You can earn Ebay commissions of $25 each time someone signs up to Ebay for the first time and then bids on anything within 30 days. THEY DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE A WINNING BID. Ebay pays the ACRU commission on activity, not wins. I usually get 7-12 ACRUs per month, sometimes more. It is a very nice chunk of change.

The other reason I love to promote Ebay is you can find virtually anything you can think of on their website. I like to dig around and look for cool stuff to promote and have done very well with some extremely micro-niche product categories.


Tips for Creating Hubs that Make Money

I posted this previously in the forums, but it bears repeating if you want to make money from both Ebay and Amazon, and not just rely on Adsense for income. I feel that it is always better to have multiple streams of income, in case one of them dries up. Adsense is great, especially on Hubpages, but Ebay works really well too.

This is my theory. Not everyone agrees with it, so your mileage may vary, but this has what worked for me.

You will make money from Amazon and Ebay if you are writing specifically about products and not just featuring those capsules as an afterthought. If you do product review hubs and "favorite stuff" type hubs you will make money with those affiliate programs from people shopping if you whet their appetite for that product in question -- whether that happens to be a specific camera or the entire dvd collection of a newly famous actor :)

Also, it helps to draw more attention to the capsules. I usually like to put a text box either above, below or beside them that encourages people to actually buy stuff. For example, in my Medifast hub -- I have a box that suggests that if the reader is curious about what Medifast products taste like, but doesn't want to commit to a full month's order, they can find some samples to try on Ebay.

Or in one of my tv show hubs --- I have a box that says "If you missed any of this season's episodes -- you can download it from Amazon or the DVD will be out on such and such a date and you can pre-order it now". Someone who read one of my tv hubs downloaded an entire season of a tv show and I got credit for all of it LOL

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Using Wordpress and phpBay

For setting up my Ebay sites, I do it by installing Wordpress on my site and then I use the phpBay Wordpress plug-in. It makes it dead easy. All you have to do is plug your campaign id into the plugin options and then you can add ebay listings to any wordpress post or page.

phpBay Pro also has some additional features that are helpful for SEO purposes, such as masking the Ebay urls and doing mod-rewrite on the Ebay image files. The newest version of phpBay Pro also features an optional dropdown box to select auctions appearing on any of Ebay's international sites, which is useful now that Ebay allows you to sign up for and promote all of their programs at the same time.

It cost me $49.00 and it was well worth it.

Another thing I do to make building Wordpress sites easier is I have a couple of templates ready to go that have already been modified to get rid of all the blogging info like dates, blogrolls, meta data. And they have my Adsense id already embedded in them. So when I install Wordpress, I can just upload one of my templates and it is ready to go. That may not wind up being the template I ultimately use, but it will the job while I work on the site.

If you buy phpBay Pro through my link and need help setting it up, I will be happy to help you. Unfortunately, I cannot offer the same for BANS as I have never used it.

Getting Hosting

In order to use either phpBay or BANS you will need your own hosting and domains. phpBay and other plug-ins will not work with sites hosted by Wordpress.com

The best deals on hosting are usually through Dreamhost. I've been using them for several years and while there is an occasional hiccup, I've been pretty happy with them and they are very responsive when it comes to customer service. They also have a 3 month refund policy so if you sign up with them and decide you hate them, you can get a refund during your first three months.

Dreamhost offers a shared hosting plan that cost $119.00 per year which allows you to host an unlimited amount of domains with them and they give you one free domain. They also have a Wordpress installer that comes in handy. For $50 off hosting, I've set up a promo code: HUBBERS Just enter that on the sign-up page. It's good for all the 1 year or longer plans.

If you have any problems setting things up with Dreamhost and you've used my promo code, let me know and I will help you get going. They recently changed some stuff on the servers which means I had to take a few extra steps to get the latest version of phpBay Pro working, but once you've done it once it only takes a minute or two to repeat it for additional domains.

I also use Hostgator for hosting and the current version of phpBay Pro works out of the box on Hostgator (i.e. no additional fiddling).

Buying Domains

Dreamhost will give you one free domain, but you eventually are going to want more than that. I personally use Namecheap for nearly all of my domains, but I have a couple with GoDaddy as well. You can find codes for Namecheap every single month that will give you a small discount. You should be able to find GoDaddy codes on that site too, just be aware that GoDaddy will relentlessly try to upsell you on crap you don't need... going so far as to call you on the phone. Namecheap won't and they also give you free whois privacy.

What Hot On Ebay Right Now
What Hot On Ebay Right Now

Selecting an Ebay Niche

In some respects, you don't have to worry a whole lot about niches with Ebay because the idea is to get the clicks so the cookie will be set. You won't necessarily make money from the auctions that you are directly promoting because someone can click through form your site and bid on something entirely unrelated.

On the other hand, if you pay careful attention to selecting a niche before building an Ebay site, then you have an opportunity to completely dominate the SERPS for that niche and make a lot of money directly from auctions related to that niche. I currently have about 10 auction sites. I make most of my Ebay income from two of them with very little traffic. They each get less than a 100 uniques per day.

I own the SERPS for virtually every keyword for one of them and I do very well with the other because it is for very high priced items that I make great commissions on. If you are going to build a portfolio of sites, I recommend having a mix of both high priced and cheap popular items.

First thing to do is start off thinking about the stuff that intrigues you personally. One of my best sites is for a product that I've longed for, but never bought myself because I think they are too pricey. So I put together an auction site and lo and behold it is my top earner.

After that, I just start wandering around Ebay Pulse looking for something that intrigues me. I don't bother with the front page of the Pulse. You want this page.

And then I click around categories and sub-categories and look for what kind of keywords are being searched. When I see something that has potential interest for me, I check the competition in the SERPS and the number of likely searches. If it looks do-able, I go for it.

What's Hot on Ebay Right Now
What's Hot on Ebay Right Now

Refining & Testing Niche Selection

A couple of things that I look for on Ebay are categories and keywords with lots of items and a high percentage of the items actually selling. If I see that at least 50% of all auctions are getting bids, then I will consider the niche to be viable. But it is no good if there are lots of listings, but no one is buying. This tends to happen a lot with items that were once hot and have now peaked, i.e. several years ago you could make more than retail for listing virtually any Disney beanie, but nowadays forget it.

You can either check "completed auctions" for this information or you can use the Free Tools on Terapeak to get some auction history info.You can find more about the advantages of Terapeak in my hub on finding the Best selling items on Ebay.

Once I've determined that something looks like a likely candidate, I will often set up a Hubpage to just test it out, but sometimes I just go for it. It really depends on my gut feeling. But if you want to see two niches that I'm thinking might have some potential I'm willing to share *g* That would be the Discount Vera Bradley Bags and the Vintage Acoustic Guitars. The sell-through on the guitars is about 60% and the sell-through for Vera Bradley bags is 65%. The average price for the bags is $34.51 and the average price for the guitars is $373.39.

And now if I do ever get around to creating auction sites for those, I will already have one backlink for each built. All I'll need to do is add a link to each hub. And since I'm really lazy and slow, by the time I get around to building either site I will probably have some pagerank on the hubs *g*

Getting Your Site Indexed & Driving Traffic

Once you have your niches picked and your sites built, the best thing to do is get them indexed quickly and then move on and build another one. I plan to have at least 25-50 of these by the time this year's Christmas shopping season rolls around. To save money, I do not always buy a separate domain for every single site. You can buy a generic shopping domain and then put several sub-domains on it.

Basically, you will make your income by going after volume. I find it is actually easier to get little bits of traffic to lots of different sites than it is to try to build traffic exponentially to one site. They will rise and fall in the SERPS so you just want more pages out there altogether. The fewer pages you are relying on for your income, the more fluctuations in income you will experience.

Get your auction sites indexed quickly is pretty easy, especially if you already tested out your niche by creating a hubpage and/or a Squidoo lens first. A link in both of those will get you indexed in a day or two, usually.

For traffic and deeper indexing, I usually also submit about 5-10 articles per site to Ezinearticles.com and one or two different articles to Isnare.com (Isnare submits to hundreds of article directories at once, NOT including Ezinearticles.com). If one site proves a particularly good performer I may spend more time on it, but after that it is pretty much time to move onto the next one.

For more on article marketing, see my article marketing hub.

Okay, I think that's it. Any questions?

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Lissie profile image

Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand

Great hub and nice to hear from someone actually making money! I'm not in that lucky position yet: having real difficulty having BANS info domains indexed at the moment. The only real problem with using WordPress compared to BANS is that apparently WordPress itself plus the php plugin for eBay put a lot of calls to the server : so if you do well and get a rush of traffic u can put too much load on your hosts server which will lead them to taking your off line just when u don't want to be!


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

Thanks for commenting, Lissie. I agree the Wordpress calls to the server are a bit of an issue. But most of these sites won't get hammered with traffic unless you are some kind of SEO Whiz Kid (which I am not!). Also, the wp-cache plug-in helps to reduce the number of calls.

I think the one big advantage of phpBay over BANS is that it is easier to create a content site with Wordpress so you have a lot more unique content for Google to find and thus it is easier to get Wordpress/phpBay sites indexed than it is to get BANS sites indexed.

And I find as I add more and more content I get more traffic. usually I just start out with a ton of pages of auction results (like my TV Show Calendar site), but then as I have time I will go in and add text to each page, add separate article pages, etc. Try and make the site more useful and look less like a thin affiliate site. Also, that's really the only .info domain I have. The rest of mine are either .com or .net

Do you do article marketing at all? I think some Ezinearticles or Isnare submissions may help get your sites indexed. Alternatively, you could buy some blog posts on Digitalpoint.com. I've tried that as well and it helps kick things up a notch.


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Marisa Wright 8 years ago from Sydney

Great Hub, Embitca. Having spent this week trying out BANS, I've decided it's not for me - I really don't think it appeals to me. I just wrote a Hub explaining why!

I'm now looking at Wordpress and phpBay, so I'll pop back and use your link if I decide to go for the paid version. You mention a template for Wordpress that doesn't have all the blogging stuff - is that a standard template and if so, where could I find it?


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

Marisa, when I looked at BANS I decided it wasn't for me either. Don't forget to ask for a refund if you are within the refund period if you aren't going to be using it.

I modify the templates myself and then make sure I save a copy to my hard drive to re-use. If you like I can upload a couple of templates over the weekend and you can just grab 'em. I just need to go in and remove my Adsense info first.


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desert blondie 8 years ago from Palm trees, swimming pools, lots of sand, lots of sunscreen

Very interesting! Enjoyed seeing all this info.!


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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand

This is a really interesting debate and 1 that I haven't really seen anywhere else - another HubPages first! I agree that WordPress is easier to add content to than BANS - but I usually cut and paste the content from an editor anyway so that doesn't really bother me. I turn off the default gazillion pages that BANS automatically ads based on your category selection and add my own few custom pages featuring my own keyword searches. I have 1 site which was a WordPress blog and I have no added a BANS store to it easily enough: its not really integrated - there is a link from the blog to the store but not vice versa. However as far as Google is concerned its all content and I wasn't updating the blog anyway!

I've done some article submission but need to do more! I get some traffic from ezines as well as the backlinks.


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Marisa Wright 8 years ago from Sydney

Templates would be fantastic, thanks!


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

Heh, Lissie, I can't debate too much because admittedly I haven't actually ever used BANS! But I do love phpBay a lot :)

Definitely do some more article submissions. I find they really help.

Marisa, I'll see what I can do about getting some templates uploaded tomorrow. I have two that I'm thinking of.


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HubSub Urban Mom 8 years ago from San Francisco Bay Area

For a newbie, this hub was VERY informative. Thanks embitca!


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About-The-Home 8 years ago

Great info embitca. thanks for sharing how to turn ebay into a money earning system.

I've got a few BANS sites, easy to build, but I'm not getting enough traffic, so I guess it's article marketing and hubs targeted at these sites.


Entrepreneur 8 years ago

Hi excelent post, i've recently signed up with eBay partners, your tips will help a lot, thanks for sharing

All the best

Helder


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kerryg 8 years ago from USA

Thanks, that was a very informative and inspirational read.


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Laura Marie 8 years ago from UK

Great hub, full of useful information. I use ebay and amazon at squidoo but not here as yet!!


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Misha 8 years ago from DC Area

Thanks Em,

I am seriously thinking about diversifying into ebay, and this hub is a great help :)


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jezzbb 8 years ago from Philippines

Well written hub. All the important points are discussed.


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funnebone 8 years ago from Philadelphia Pa

I am going to follow you..I mean your plan not actually you..well if I make money I may follow you and throw $5's at you when you aren't looking. I have wasted hours and hours trying to find a step by step plan on how to start making money on the internet and yours was the most easy to follow nd it is free! Thank you very much


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

You better make that $5 in coins so I'll hear it when you throw it :)

I think this plan works well. Good luck with it! It's some serious work, but once you get into a groove it moves along okay.


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Seabastian 8 years ago from Raleigh

This is one of the few ideas that I have seen for making money with ebay that makes sense and it includes everything from research,testing and implementation. Great job


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prasadjain 8 years ago from Tumkur

Very good article, My thumbs up.Much informative and practical.


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Isabella Snow 8 years ago

Great advice, I've been thinking about trying ebay again!


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DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

wow.  now I really have to figure this out and get on board.  Thanks embitca.  If reviewing the various Box Sets that I own is worth doing, than I'll do it.   If you ever wanna know about anything new or old in entertainment, just let me know.   I love the way you speak to the reader in this one too.  Some of it is over my head but I understand enough to get started.  SEOs and BANS and EDITORS, I'm lost but like Bib Wiley says,  BABY STEPS AROUND THE OFFICE>>>>BABY STEPS THROUGH THE DOOR>>>


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DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

I did it.  I signed up. You are great embitca, all the praise I showered on you without even really knowing you must have been ESP.

Now I gotta practice using the ebay capsule.


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Marisa Wright 8 years ago from Sydney

This has been so interesting. I tried out phpLite to try with my fledgling website, liked it, and now I'm back to purchase phpBay. Thanks for your excellent advice!


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

Glad you liked it, Marisa. And Wade has just done an update to phpBay to make it easier to install so it is a good time to buy! :)


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viralprospector 8 years ago from DFW Texas

Embitica;

This hub is a $497 EBook for free, but better.

I could write a book on this one, but you already have a great book here. Just a couple of random points:

At the time of the hub, the EBay sign up bonus was correct, $25 - $35 I believe. It was modified (down of course, which is why every affiliate is hating EBay. They just shaft us whenever we turn around). Now, it is $1 to something, I forget. We will see a lot $1, and $2s I bet, knowing EBay. That was a good profit center. Also, their link follows are very suspect, but I am not here to be negative.

We use BANS and Wordpress, independently due to EBay in Javascript and Wordpress in PHP. When the team gets in today, I will have them all read this hub. It is terrific! I do not know if we use PHPBay or not, but your sites are outstanding.

So, maybe a tip for you... I do not see where you are doing a lot of blogging on your sites. I do read that you are trying to get backlinks. Google loves fresh content, but our testing does not validate the widely held opinion that they love the constantly updated EBay feeds. Do you have an opinion on that?

Your good deeds will be rewarded. Outstanding job!


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Victel 8 years ago from Breda, The Netherlands

Since I am in the UK and I can only link to the UK Ebay site (rather than the US one HubPages uses) do you know if I can still make commission from Ebay using HubPages? I couldn't find an answer anywhere else - thanks xx Nice hub by the way :-)


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

Victel, I'm pretty sure Hubpages is set up to promote the US Ebay program. But just because you are in the UK doesn't mean you are restricted to only promoting the UK program. Apply to promote the US program as well. I'm approved to promote Ebay in every country. That's how most affiliates are set up, I believe.


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Victel 8 years ago from Breda, The Netherlands

I have applied to Ebay for the US one and they turned me down for some reason :-(


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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia

Do you think that it is better to just purchase your own url and build a site with content plus the "niche store"? That's what I'm thinking about doing, but I thought I'd ask your opinion as I remember you talking about BANS. Do you think it would overall give you more freedom and possibly more traffic if promoted and done well enough.


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

Yep, Whitney, that's what I generally do. I have a bunch of domains and build out the sites with content and auction listings. I use phpBay instead of Bans though because I find Wordpress really easy to work with.


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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia

Cool! Is there a maximum number of widgets that you can have on a site. I was laying out my store area today at work, and found that I had more ideas than I thought. I have noticed that the BANS sites that I have seen tend to have an average of 10 pages of the custom editor tool. I plan on using that tool, but I don't think that 10 is going to cut it. Ha. :-/ I know Google has the max ad per page, but does eBay have a max per overall website?


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

Hmmm. Not that I know of. I think all they care about is that the auction ads are related to the content.

I only use the rss feed which phpBay pulls in and not the custom editor kit, but I definitely have some sites with more than 20 pages. So that's not a problem.

Also, Ebay recommends against including "Sign up for Ebay links" on your site. It will typically drive down your campaign performance stats due to people signing up and then never bidding on anything. So they recommend linking only to auctions themselves.

They wrote up a blog post about it that's worth reading:

http://www.ebaypartnernetworkblog.com/en/news/tips...


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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia

I was going to use the Editor Kit for the website. I didn't plan on using the 'sign up' links. I never even thought about that. Ha. I just planned on using the Editor Kit for a store type feel on the website. Hopefully, it will be nice to me, but yes, everything will be relevant to the content that will be found on the website. To me, there's really no point in putting dog toys on a website about video games, or whatever.

I'll check out that blog definitely. I just skimmed it and it looks great. Full of info. I noticed in the first paragraph it said that they have gotten rid of people in the program for being in the low tier, do you know when they will be showing us what tier we are in. Or whether by me adding a new site which will probably be low traffic for a bit will affect that, since I get pretty good ebay traffic via HP


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embitca 8 years ago from Boston Author

They are actually showing the tier now, but for those of us who were already in the program, the tier doesn't affect our ACRU payout until November, I think. If you check the reports section you can run a report now by campaign quality. There's a post about it in their blog I think.

It probably will lower your tier a bit, but I wouldn't worry about it too much. My feeling is that they kicked out a ton of people who were bringing in lots of sign-ups who never came back to Ebay.


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dawei888 7 years ago

I have just read through the whole discussion about BANS and people saying it's not for me. I also thought it was not for me when Google either refused to index my BANS sites or indexed them for 1 week then kicked them off. But, I discovered that Yahoo has indexed my BANS sites quite nicely. So, BANS, like Yahoo, is down but is not out!


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massey5782 7 years ago from Italy

Cool hubpage embitca! I just joined the hubpages today and, just browsing through them, I came across your page. I too use PhP Bay pro and was wondering where I can find some real nice (but free ;-) templates) like the one you have at your memorabilia site? Thanks in advance for your help!


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embitca 7 years ago from Boston Author

Hi Massey, I usually just browse the WP theme sites until I find something I like. And anytime I stumble across a blog with an interesting theme, I check the footer to see if there's a link to the theme itself.


Dorrene 7 years ago

This is good information. I plan to try it! Thanks.


Nelle Hoxie 7 years ago

Great informative hub, I found it very useful, especially the info about cookie duration. But I was wondering about the minimum payout amount.

(With Google it's $100 and with Amazon it's $10). I can't seem to find this anywhere. Thank you.

Oh and I just noticed that you're from Boston, we are almost neighbors!


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embitca 7 years ago from Boston Author

Hey Nelle, I took a look at the EPN terms & conditions and it looks like the payment threshold is only $5. Not bad, huh?


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kurtking 7 years ago from Atlanta, GA

Great Hub! I used BANS for about a dozen sites, half of which did ok until Google caught on and then traffic went south in a hurry. Was fun while it lasted though I suppose. Thanks for the great info


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okmom23 7 years ago from Midwest, U.S.A.

Great information for a newbie! Thank you, embitca!


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MontyApollo 7 years ago

Wow, alot of great info. Just the bit about Namecheap giving free whois protection will save me some money.


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Reed Talonario 7 years ago

Outstanding Hub. You gave an excellent explanation.


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ajparker 7 years ago from North Carolina

Good information on getting started with the ebay affiliate program - I haven't tried theirs before, but maybe I should!


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Jasnav 6 years ago

Great Hub! I just stumbled across to it looking for a way to get started on the eBay affiliate program and what do I get - the works!

Thanks a ton for the information, and I intend using your links to get to a couple of places(have bookmarked it of course). Guess it pays to ask people to use your link :) That's another valuable lesson I learn today.


joran_c 6 years ago

Hi Embitca,

Great article and congratulations on 1,000,000 views! I am looking at starting as an Ebay affiliate. However, I noticed that they recently changed their commission structure. Instead of % of listing fees, it is now based on click through. Do you find the new scheme is more or less profitable than when you started 3 years ago? Also, if I read Ebay's TOS correctly, affiliate links are not allowed on domains we don't own. That would seem to mean we can't use hubpages? Am I missing something? Any feedback from an experienced pro like you would be greatly appreciated.


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embitca 6 years ago from Boston Author

Joran, Ebay is way less profitable than it was under their previous model.

Hubpages was given an exception to the "own domain" rule.


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bwaldo1@gmail.com 6 years ago

Great hub. The biggest problem now getting your EPN account approved with EBAY they have really tightened up on who they will let in. That would make for a great hub "how to get approved" with Ebay Partner Network


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colonial82 6 years ago from Ohio

Embitca, thank you for the great hub. This is really helpful, especially for a person new to Hubpages :)

Have a great day and keep up the good work.


Nick 5 years ago

Mahalo E' Aloha for, Embitca!!!

Bar none!


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Dave Powell 5 years ago from Winchester, MA

Great tips, embitca! Since I'm a brand new blogger and hubber, I haven't looked into this... but will! (I'm actually one of the very first eBay sellers... but a brand new hubber... so I found your excellent piece when I published my own first eBay article. Our little eBay community is growing!)

Sincerely,

Dave Powell


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supermom_in_ny 4 years ago from NY

Excellent hub with lots of info. I'm definitely going to put this into action. Going to research some products right now.

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