Overview: Using an Ebay seller account, post an auction. Find an email submit offer that is giving away said product. You should probably find the affiliate offer first. Get a domain and redirect and mask to your affiliate link. Now use a second ebay account to ask a question, making sure to find a way to discreetly add your domain. Now using your seller account again, confirm that the domain and offer is legit and safe to do. Make sure you post the question to the listing. You can know drive traffic from ebay without getting your accounts closed and auctions canceled. Of course you will need to pay for the listings, but that is just like paying for advertising, just a lot cheaper. You can also use this method to push traffic from ebay to your site, then bounce them back to ebay thru EPN. This is called roundtripping, but it would be very hard to catch on to this as long as you don't make connections between your accounts. The traffic will be type in traffic and hard to discover where it is coming from. Feel free to twist this method. I guess what I'm trying to say is you can use this method to push traffic to all kinds of stuff, just use some creative juices. What you will need: 1 Ebay Seller account 1 Ebay Buyer account Affiliate Network Accounts Domain redirected and masked What to do: Choose a product that matches some of your affiliate offers. For this example we will use an ipod. Go to Ebay and post an auction for an Ipod with your seller account. Get your domain and redirect it to a free ipod email submit. Don't forget to mask it. Now that the auction is up, use your buyer account to ask a question about the item you just posted. It should go something like this: I saw these free ipods, www.yournewdomain.com, think it's legit? Now using your seller account answer the question saying something like yes it is legit, that's where I got mine. Click the post question to auction box so your affiliate link will now show on your auction. It won't be an active link, but most users know how to copy and paste.