I have a problem with placing ebay products on my hubs. When i click the ''preview link'' button it always says that the product can't be found and that I should only place listings of top rated sellers and ''buy it now'' stuff, even though I've been doing just that. Can anybody help? Thanks in advance!
You can only use Buy It Now items. I usually use the keyword search as doing it the other way does not work for me.
Thank you Sallybea. I have tried just that. The title of my hub is: Make stress your friend. I have tried adding the word 'stress' in ebay keyword search, and the listings I inserted do not show up. I checked that they are ''top rated seller ''and ''buy it now produts''.
It may be that your hub does not warrant an e-Bay ad.. Products you choose should always be related to the hub, not just 'stress' but perhaps a product which is taken to relieve stress, the benefits of which should be explained in the hub and the reasons why you like use the products.
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