I have tried to put the Ebay ads on many of my hubs but it shows 'no matching product is found'. What can be the problem?
For an example I have a hub on 'jigsaw puzzle' and for this hub I used tags like hobby, jigsaw puzzle, brain game, toy, and many more but the answer is same for all the different tags.
How many product ads will be proper?
If possible help me out. Thanks in advance.
well I suppose you have entered the tags under the "seller ID(optinal).'
You have to enter the tag in the box which comes under "ebay search". By default it is taken as the heading of your hub. Yu need to delete that and put your tags there and keep the "seller id" blank.
I hope this is of some help
If you enter a lot of keywords into the eBay capsule, you are telling it to list auctions with ALL of those words, which can actually be harder to match. Use fewer keywords, but keep them tightly relevant.
Well, instead of using multiple tags, you should use single tag.
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