ebay didn't give me a code that I can enter in my affiliates settings. Instead, they asked me to upload a txt file to the root directory of my website. How do I complete that request so I can paste ebay links?
When you log into the account, you can click on:
Copy the activation code on that page and then go to your affiliate settings in your hp account and click the "Activate" button. You can read the instructions from there and it will provide a place to paste the code.
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