Which in your opinion is better, Amazon program or eBay program?
Let's all discuss which one is better. Share based on opinion and experience.
I don't even bother with the eBay program. I use Amazon, sparingly, and seem to sell pretty steadily.
Oh, does that mean eBay doesn't earn pretty much?
For me, it just seems to hard to manage. I like being able to put the code for a specific item in the Amazon capsule, and know that is exactly what the readers will see. One plus to the eBay capsule, though: it doesn't disappear with ad blockers.
I think eBay has the potential to be better but you really have to watch it and keep up with all the changes. Out of the few times I've tried using it, I just ended up forgetting about it. I went back later and completely random things were being shown because there weren't any relevant items for sale at the moment.
Since then I've only used Amazon and I never show prices, because they fluctuate so frequently.
I believe that Amazon is a much better program. I have had great success with Amazon than eBay and they tend to have better products (overall) that fit with my hubs.
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