I was trying to register on Ebay. After the registration they send the following mail, which i am reproducing hereunder
We require you to confirm ownership of the domains that you will drive traffic from within 72 hours.
The process is easy:
1. Create a plain text file from a text editor and in the contents put only your unique identifier (provided below).
2. Save the file as 'epndomain.txt'.
3. Upload the file to the base directory of each of your domains that you would like to register.
Example: If your website is www.ebay.com, your file would be located in http://www.ebay.com/epndomain.txt.
4. Visit the Domain Confirmation Page when your domains are ready to be validated and click on the 'Confirm Domains' button.
Our system will look for the file and your unique identifier and confirm appropriately. Don't worry if you have additional domains that you'd like to add, as you will be able to add them in the future if you are accepted into the network.
Unique Identifier: 1
If you cannot confirm ownership of your domains, we provide an area to provide a reason on the Domain Confirmation Page linked above.
The eBay Partner Network Team
If clicking on the link above does not work, copy and paste the following URL into a browser:
https://publisher.ebaypartnernetwork.co … 1〈=en-US
Now could you please tell me how to complete the registraion
If you look on the left hand side on your Affiliates page, next to eBay, you'll see an "activate" button. Click on it and you'll see the place to paste in the code. Then go back (quickly!) to the eBay confirmation page and confirm.
I am not directed to the affiliate page
While clicking the link it goes to this page:
You are required to provide each domain that will drive traffic for this account by following the activation instructions. User Manual
Domain Confirmation Status Process Time Date Added Icon.altText.down
http://hubpages.com/profile/jacobkuttyta Unconfirmed 20 August 2009 12:33:24 AM MST 19 August 2009 11:45:07 PM MST
And the status is unfonfirmed
sorry guys have tried all that you said but this is the message i get The activation code you entered does not appear to be valid. Typically an eBay activation code consists of 22 alpha-numeric characters followed by '=='. Please enter a valid code before proceeding.
so what do i do now?
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