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Can anybody using Viglink suggest me few names of the merchants there who pay per click?
paradigmsearch: Get ready to be estatic, at least happy. eBay does pay per click and so do other merchants .
However, here comes the blooper: You won't know til you earn from a pay per click unless the merchant states it when you pull them up on the merchant list.
The next blooper is eBay does not pay per click for every advertiser.
BIG BLOOPER: Who actually pays per click, is a secret in most cases unless you see it in your earnings box.
An even greater problem, however, is that Viglink does not let you automatically profit from eBay links. The excuse given is that they have limited eBay codes to issue to users. Thus, you first have to show that you have been generating a lot of visits to eBay for months on end before you can get the code to start profiting from this.
In my opinion, it's a waste of time and effort to bother with this.
I have earned some from eBay clicks, not much the first 2 weeks with Viglinks. Some like Skimlinks better.
Thanks, guys. Looks like my plan to fire VigLink at the end of the month is still on track then. As to trying all over again with Skimlinks, that priority is probably on par with my ever getting a haircut.
If you're using Viglinks on a Wordpress blog, then I assume you're using the plugin, which means you haven't created any special links, right? You've just created hyperlinks to the merchants' websites.
In that case, when you replace the Viglinks plugin with the Skimlinks plugin, all those links will automatically convert all by themselves.
by Person of Interest5 years ago
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by James Paterson8 years ago
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by Cari Jean7 years ago
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by Michelle Cesare8 years ago
Hello everyone,I just finished creating a new Hub about Pay Per Click Publisher Networks. I list many of them and explain in detail how each of them work and also explain how I use them to earn additional...
by multimastery7 years ago
Greeting Hubbers!...Just wondering if anyone ever tried pay per click like google adwords, yahoo ad center or other to promote one of their "money" hubs? And are we allowed to use a HubPages landing page...
by easyspeak8 years ago
Sometimes I get really low pay per click, like 4 cents, on hubs where I should be getting at least $1-2. Is that because they are clicks from other countries other than US, UK, Australia and Canada?
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