Hi I signed up for ebay.
I see that affiiliate ids can be added to the my account site.
but where do i find my affiliate ids? for instance, i signed up for ebay partner network. where do i find my affiliate id.
i made a campaign by putting in my article. but all i got where a few links. do i put them around my article?
You may find the step-by-step guides found on our FAQ sticky thread helpful. Look under the section entitled "Affiliate Programs."
thank you maddie. this is just what the doctor ordered.
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