I wanted to apply to the ebay partnership program but when I went to submit my application I am having a hard time getting my profile url to be accepted because I have a first and last name so the url has a + sign and the form will not accept it.
Is there any way around this?
you may want to check with hubpages staff, but I think you can leave out the + sign.
doublecheck w/ HP though just to be sure.
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