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Amazon vs. Ebay Affiliate Programs - Which one is better?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by kellu, Jul 25, 2015.

  1. kellu

    kellu Newbie

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    I had some success with the eBay Affiliate program, as I used it to market specific products related to a summer festival on its official website. For this site the choice was clear simply because eBay had more of these specific products and better shipping policies on average (Visitors 80% from Scandinavia).

    Now I have a gadgets-related blog and I'm wondering whether to choose eBay or Amazon Affiliate program for it. The site will be targeted to both, UK/European and US visitors so in that sense it makes no difference as both of them have UK and US versions. Perhaps with the eBay's one its easier as you don't need to apply to the different countries' affiliate programs separately like you do on Amazon, and as I've already been accepted it's easy to add more domains to the list.

    With Amazon, you can start immediately on the other hand, but my first (UK) application was refused as the site wasn't ready yet and my content writer had filled it with plagiarised content. They told me to just apply again once its finished..

    So anyways I'm wondering which one pays you more, eBay or Amazon? Do people generally trust one more than the other, or any other aspects why one of them would be better than the other?
     
  2. AliceAlice29

    AliceAlice29 Newbie

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    I would definetely vote for Amazon affiliate stores))
    I know a person who is building such sites on regular basis and earn thousands monthly. Some of his sites he sells on Flippa at a very good price.
    If somebody is a newbie I recommend that he checks Amazon Affiliate Club. There are a lot of usefull tools and information there.
     
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