The eBay affiliate program has sucked ever since they moved away from Commission Junction and set up their Quality Click Pricing program. Even if you can drive a lot of traffic to them, you can't make any real money because of the percentage of users that do not win an auction bid. The part that I really do not like is that the amount that they pay is based solely upon the number of winning bids and not just bids. We have no control over that. You can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink.
I'm currently making less than $50 per month from eBay. Last month my commissions went to zero in the middle of the month. The eBay rep that I was communicating with would not answer my question and tell me why, but the commissions mysteriously returned from the point of my initial communication, but there was still a gap of almost half of a month. This month, they continue to pay out commissions throughout the month, but the amount that they pay does not justify adding eBay to any new web sites.
Last edited by TopDogger; 21 April, 2011 at 01:02 AM.
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