Not in eBay Partner Network Yet? You Are Missing Out!
As you probably know, affiliate marketing is one of the best monetization strategies you can use on a blog or website. That is because the earning potential is quite high, and yet the work involved is relatively simple. All you have to do is to promote the products of your affiliate network, and whenever one of your referrals makes a purchase, you receive a commission. That is it. The company selling the product will take care of all the rest, which includes actually delivering the product, customer support and so on.
The only problem involved is that finding a good and reliable affiliate network is not always straightforward. You’ll find some networks that promise really high payouts and commissions, but whether or not you’ll get paid in the end is the question! I have heard all sorts of horror stories in the affiliate marketing world.
If you are getting started or already have some experience with affiliate marketing and want to test new and better networks, there is one that you should check out: eBay Partner Network.
Once you become a partner (their name for “affiliate”), you’ll receive tracking links that you can use to send your audience to the eBay website (or to their partner half.com). Then every time one of your referrals makes a purchase, you’ll earn a commission.
The big benefit of becoming an affiliate for eBay is the security that comes with it. eBay has been in business for 20 years, and their affiliate network has also been around since 2001. In other words, you can be sure that the tracking will be accurate, that your earnings will be paid in a timely fashion, and so on.
Still on the fence? They are currently running a campaign where new affiliates will get double commissions for the first 3 months. Check it out!
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6 Responses to “Not in eBay Partner Network Yet? You Are Missing Out!”
No doubt, Affiliate marketing is one of the best blog monetization out there, and with huge earning potential.
But I believe there is more to it you’ve left out in this short report on eBay affiliate partners program.
Though, I do see that probably this article is meant to expose intending affiliate marketers to eBay partners program, and not necessarily talking about how to do affiliate marketing better.
Signing up for an affiliate marketing programs is easy, in most cases it takes one to two minutes of your time but making money from it is another thing entirely.
If you don’t have good strategies in place design to market your affiliate products to the right audience, no matter the affiliate programs or products you’re promoting, you might just ended up with empty pocket.
Thanks Mark, nice read.
The article was pretty amazing discussed shortly but effectively on eBay Partner Network.
I am creating a blog on the bases of religions so I want to ask that such kind of blog is good for affiliate marketing or not? and can i use affiliate marketing in blogpost blog?
That’s a interesting article.
For many website owners, affiliate programs result in pocket change. Just enough money to contribute to your coffee fund if you make any conversions at all.
Many websites don’t have a high volume of visitors to generate meaningful conversions and revenue but a lot of people try this basically giving Ebay or the merchant a lot of free advertising.
Where an affiliate program may work well is when you have a highly visited website and the affiliate program has a second tier.
With a second tier you make commissions on each affiliate that signs up under your link and generates a conversion or sale.
You can also earn revenue and cut out a lot of risk by writing an article for a merchant and simply get paid for that publicity.
There is much more to affiliate programs than is covered here and you should investigate things for yourself.
Actually i am planning to do affiliate through amazon. I don’t know about eBay affiliate benefits. Thanks for such a valuable information. Now i am thinking to do eBay as well.
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