As of July 1st, eBay will be no longer be accepting sub-affiliate business models. Do you think this will have any impact on the Hubpages/eBay relationship? Just wondering....
http://www.ebaypartnernetworkblog.com/e … ss-models/
That is a good question as Amazon changed as well. If you get a chance read there information.
We're not actually sub-affiliates. As we use our own Publisher ID. It's a pageview split, not a revenue/earning distribution.
Further clarification is needed but to me it sounds more like something that could effect Squidoo than HubPages.
Yea, looks like it will affect Squidoo if I'm reading right. Shouldn't bother us. HubPages obviously didn't want to get their hands dirty dealing with payments - smart move on their part.
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