Hello I just want to ask is Ebay ads limited to hubbers coming from U.S.A. only? Thanks.
Kind of. You can only use ebay.com, not ebay.co.uk, ebay.com.au, et al, BUT... some of those sellers do send their stuff overseas.
No, ads is limited to USA viwers only not only for USA hubbers
its not about you its about your audience - most traffic comes from the US so ebay works fine. Depending on your country though you may have more or less trouble getting approved as affiliate though
When I registered for ebay my country was not on the list and it says its only within U.S.A. so I wasn't able to continue. So I quit ebay ad already.
Please I have tired all the suggestion here on getting an ebay affiliate id, but all my effort never really yearned a good result, please can some hep me on getting the ebay affiliate id.
If nobody gives you the right answer better email ebay staff like what I did with kontera I have not received any Affiliate Id from them so I email them and they responded to look into my case. But I'm sure somebody with more experience will answer you about this.
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