ACRU stands for (active confirmed registered user) I looked it up today because I saw that I had 1 in my dashboard.
I was happy to find out that the ebay affiliate network pays you for new ebayers. For those of you who don’t know, an ACRU is when a new user signs up with eBay, bids on, and wins an item. The ebay publisher is paid a certain fee for every signup like this each month. Under the old ACRU structure, publishers were paid a minimum of $25 for each ACRU, based on the total number of ACRUs for that publisher.
Under the new ACRU system, EPN publishers will be paid between $1 and $50 per ACRU, mainly depending on the quality of the signup - as determined by eBay. Each publisher’s “quality score” will be updated each month on the 9th as eBay processes new data.
Sweet, just got my first one of these, some lady (or man) buys a purple corset for $15 and I get a $28 bonus + commission, nice.
That's $28+ I wouldn't have had had they banned HP from using eBay capsules a few days back, lovely jubbly.
Thanks for the detailed explanation.
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