I have signed up to the in-house ebay affiliate program - prior to that I was a member at commission junction for a while.
Can anyone point me in the right direction as to how I just get my id number - as I know I have to input this into the hubpage section. In the ebay affiliate program I can see creating links etc etc - but I just can't seem to see one number that is my affiliate number - as you would with clickbank or similiar. Am I just going about it the wrong way?
They said that soon (next week I think) HubPages HQ will fill us in on the details of what to do and how to do it.
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