Imagine my surprise when I got $8.67 from Ebay deposited into my PayPal account. I am wondering how I can tell what was purchased? I've been looking around at the reports and I can't figure it out.
Look like I was wrong to stop adding Ebay to my hubs...it really does work. Of course, it took 6 months to earn that $8.67...
Congrats on your sales!
You can view the auctions that generated the sales via the 'Transaction Download' function.
Login to ePN
Click Transaction Download
Enter in a date range
Click Download Text File
You will see all of the auctions won via hubpages.
Well that was a nice surprise, huh Susan? I got about $29.00 a couple months ago, I think part of
that was someone that signed up for EBay from a hub of mine. Since then I've made just a few dollars but hey every little bit helps!
Congratulations!! Is there any limit to receive the ebay amount like adsense 100$
Good for you Susan
I believe the way HP program is setup with Ebay does not allow for any detail - unless all your ebay capsules have only one product, you have not more than one ebay capsule per hub, and you have a separate account for every hub with ebay capsule
Aha! Thanks Janet, this is good to know
*rushes to check his ebay stats*
Ooh, thanks for the reminder. I'd forgotten about Ebay. I've got £2.36!!
I recently got a $38.77 deposit from eBay. There are eBay ads on my wind power hub and I suspect someone clicked through and bought a wind turbine. It is my second eBay deposit in the 8 weeks.
Per my instructions above, you can find out exactly what auction you received a commission on. Why not take a look?
Yup, that's what happened with the second eBay transaction: wind turbine.
The first one was a purchase that made me blush! Must've been when the hub was first published before the ads became topic-relevant. I've never heard of such a device much less written about one, and I sure as hell wouldn't buy one on eBay! Seemed like the kind of personal item one would want to ensure was brand new.
Your Iucky, I tried to sign up for the ebay affiliate program and I was rejected for no reason. May be they have got to many Hub Pages affiliates on their books.
I was an Ebay affiliate before I joined HubPages. I joined up through Blogger. I think if you have an established website or blog it helps.
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