When I click on Ebay under Revenue Capsules all I get is the "Right Now on Ebay" logo but no ads. Can someone tell me how the ads get placed there?
Once you have added the Ebay capsule, it will appear at the bottom of page.. Click "edit" and then type in what product you want to display in the "eBay Search box" then click "preview". then save if your happy with the results or try adding other keywords.
I hope this helps.
Thank you very much. Your advice has helped significantly.
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