How can we get approved for being an Ebay Affiliate, to use on Hub Pages?
I was turned down. Grrrr.
It's verry verry hard to get approved nowadays as an ebay affiliate. You will need a good website with a TLD. It also needs a lot of daily visitors for a targeted niche.
I know many who have given up their hope of being an affiliate even though they have pretty high quality websites and ideas to promote products.
Best way would be to concentrate on Amazon.
From the HubPages Help pages:
"eBay has changed the terms of their affiliate program, and is not currently approving applications of people that do not operate a site on their own domain. If you have an approved ePN account you can use it on HubPages. If you do not have an ePN account, you are very unlikely to be approved by applying using your presence on HubPages. If you have a site on a domain that you own, we'd suggest applying using that site."
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