As a new hubber I've trawled through the forums etc looking for comments on the eBay capsule of the Earnings Programme. There seems to be a split as to whether it is worthwhile or not. Some say yes do it and others say keep well away. Any comments?
I think it's a good thing in moderation. I don't use eBay on every hub, but I have some very commercial hubs that do well with eBay, especially around the end of the year. It's a good idea to try and keep a few sales ticking away throughout the year so you get a 'history' and therefore a decent rate when you get the major sales at peak time.
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