Getting accepted to ebay partner network?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by fukinlee, Aug 14, 2009.

  1. fukinlee

    fukinlee Newbie

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    I've applied to get into the ebay partner network and haven't heard anything back from them. I did the thing where I put their unique code into a .txt file on my domain to verify ownership. I submitted using a non-spammy-looking blog, which is on autopilot with findarticles and yahoo answers content. The content is not rewritten so its still readable and all. Overall I don't think the blog looks like a spam blog, and I'm not cloaking or anything like that either. Other than the auto content the blog is whitehat. I applied on Monday, now it's friday and I've heard nothing.

    Anyone else have trouble getting in?
     
  2. jmascis

    jmascis Registered Member

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    I've been rejected a few times too. I think they are getting very picky.
     
  3. fukinlee

    fukinlee Newbie

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    They definitely don't know how to take care of their affiliates. In 2005 when they were with commission junction, I was one of the top ebay affiliates according to them, I was sending over 30 ACRUs every DAY for like 4 months.

    I guess for now amazon will get my visitors' money
     
  4. Pharoah

    Pharoah Registered Member

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    I have had no luck myself. I submitted 2 quality, white hat sites and have never been approved. They never give me a reason or any pointers as to how I can improve.

    Best of luck to you, I know people "do" get approved...
     
  5. chaldoflirt

    chaldoflirt Regular Member

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    they don't want anymore affiliates you'll get 1 out of 15 applications accepted