One thing I feel is missing from the eBay program reports is the ability to see which hub generated a click.
Currently the reports only displays the total number of clicks.
While the eBay sales report does indicate which hub generated a sale I don't feel that information is quite as important as clicks since we're not paid on sales, only clicks.
I think that seeing this data would be helpful for improving earnings and promoting the right products on our hubs.
If I can produce more clicks for eBay they should see more sales as a result and everyone wins.
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