How does the Ebay and the Amazon earnings work? I don't understand.
I am seeing the impressions, but don't understand how I earn from them. I am wondering about Amazon as well.
Simple. You will not earn anything unless items are bought under your affiliate ID.
u get commission for every sale that takes place through your links
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