Is there any way to determine why my Ebay EPC dropped to nothing?
I asked this in the forum but no answers yet. My Ebay clicks had been paying somewhere between 8 & 13 cents a click (which is not that great) but it had been steady for a couple of months. For the past week I received only one penny per click and then yesterday it shows no earnings for my clicks. I have read their terms but am still unsure how it just fell to nothing. Any suggestions? I really was feeling pretty good about my Ebay earnings going up, now I am feeling confused about what to do, so any help will be greatly appreciated!
by Sally Gulbrandsen4 years ago
Is the current situation set to remain as it is - impressions, clicks, no payment?
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by MyMastiffPuppies6 years ago
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by John Coviello4 years ago
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