I have a commission junction account. I have an ebay account. I tried to sign up for the ebay affiliate program and it told me that the email was already in use. Maybe I am already signed up as an affiliate. What I can not find is the login page for the ebay affiliates program. I probably went right by it somehow, but can someone give me the link?
The Ebay affiliate programme on hubpages is through commision junction.....jimmy
so if I just put my CJ id in, I don't have to sign up with ebay?
Just make sure it is the PID number (which is usually a 7 digit number). Commission Junction has a couple of similar looking ids, but only the PID will work.
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