I see from time to time people discussing which hubs have generated eBay sales, but I've never been able to find an actual itemization of any sort in my eBay account of what someone bought. Is there somewhere that tells you that info in the eBay account page and I'm just missing it?
yes, run reports
set up date parameters, select "transactions i earn from" (all terms from my memory"
export to csv or notepad
i use .csv w/ open office
https://publisher.ebaypartnernetwork.co … eportDaily
youll get something like this
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