Why am I restricted to USA eBay adverts on an E-Bay capsule
It would seem that I am unable to access e-Bay listings from my own country when it comes to placing ads on my own Hubs. Is this correct? Even if I search for myself using my Seller ID I do not come up! Does anyone know a way around this please?
You should just be able to click on the E-BAY capsule and put in your keyword and hit enter. Have you signed up for an E-BAY account?
Yes, have had an account for many years in the UK but it seems I am now restricted to inserting USA ads on my Hubs. Even a search for my Seller ID does not come.
Both the ebay and amazon capsules are only functional with ebay.com or amazon.com listings. That's because the majority of visitors to Hubpages are from the US.
Seller ID's are not the same as affiliate ID's, so even if you have an ebay account for buying and selling you'll still need to get an affiliate ID.
You can learn more about it here >> http://hubpages.com/faq/#royalties
scroll down to The Hubpages Ebay Program
Yes have been accepted to the e-bay affiliate program and already have ads on my hubs but these are USA ads
Excellent! Well that's one thing you don't need to worry about then. Unfortunately Hubpages capsules don't have geo-targeting (I wish they did) , so we can only advertise .com products in the capsule.
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