just to let everyone know that I've been, along with a few of my friends, denied for new eBay program without any reason whatsoever. Looks like they don't really care for getting affiliates.
Bummer! Did you apply saying your site was Hubpages? Maybe apply again but if you have another website say you are using it on that. Worth a shot.
Yes, that's a good advice, thank you. I think I did mention HubPages, but their lack of trust and business sense gets on my nerves.
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