I was just wondering. Which capsule is better at earning?. Is it the Ebay capsule as I thought its by bidding and mostly only available in the US or the Amazon capsule without bidding.
Which of them earns you more money
Only the US affiliate schemes of eBay and Amazon are used on HubPages, so there's no difference there.
Both have a 24 hour cookie so it doesn't sound like there's much difference there either - but in fact there's a big difference.
With Amazon, if someone places an item in their shopping cart within those 24 hours, they then have 90 days to return and complete the purchase. So long as they complete the purchase within 90 days, you still get your commission.
With eBay, the reader has to either buy the product within 24 hours, or make a bid on the product within 24 hours AND go on to win the auction. You can see that eBay is much more "sudden death" than Amazon so you've got less chance of making commission.
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