How to make more money with eBay affiliate program.


If you have been on the web for a while, chances are that at some point or another, have taken part in an affiliate program. Generally, work, giving you a URL to send people to your site that contains your membership number, and then gives you a small fee for each person who comes in using your link and signs up or buys something .

eBay affiliate program follows this basic formula, but with some twists.

It's worth a lot. Each user follows the link to eBay, signs and then bids on anything within 30 days you get $ 20. Most affiliate programs only give you something like 10% of the initial purchase of the user. Moreover, for each user that existing eBay click through your site and then makes an offer to buy something, you get 10 quater.

You can be its own subsidiary. If you just link to your auction with your affiliate link number from your own website, then you're getting money without sending buyers to anyone except yourself. There are not many affiliate programs that can say that.

So where do I sign up?

You can visit the eBay affiliate program in Once there, click on "Join the Program. The following are required to register with Commission Junction, which is free.

How I can get people to click on the links?

eBay suggest a number of "business models" for their members. Before people can click on your affiliate links, have to be on their website. There are two ways to come up with a search engine, which eBay refer to as "natural" and search for "paid".

Natural search: This is when someone finds your website in the normal results of a search engine, either by something you wrote is relevant to them or have SEO (search engine optimization) techniques. Be careful not to use any reliable method for obtaining a high search engine ranking, however, eBay or come after you save your money and members.

Paid search: This strategy involves paying for traffic to your website or directly to eBay, by buying ads on search engines. If you choose this option, it is actually worth placing ads in the less popular search engines instead of the great: you'll have similar click-through rates as a percentage, but the cost will normally not be anywhere near as high.

Content: What you can do is have a normal web page with articles on a variety of subjects and perhaps a community forum. Run the website for pleasure, but to link occasional eBay affiliate there.

Newsletters: Do not overlook the potential to put your username each time you send a newsletter. You can get 10c for every bid it generates, without extra work, which could be enough for the e-mail to pay for itself, as it leads to the sales or not.

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