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Quick Ebay Publishers Network Questions

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by stealthisblog, Jun 7, 2008.

  1. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    Hey. I was wondering, I've heard that you get 50% of the revenue you generate on eBay bids as an affiliate, then i heard you get 10% of the final closing price, then i heard you get 10 cents per bid... which is true for EPN affiliates?

    Also, who pays for your money? Is it taken out of the seller's profits or is it from eBays giant stash? :p

    Thanks alot guys.
     
  2. JCash21

    JCash21 Registered Member

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    I believe you receive 50% of how ever much Ebay generated from listing fees should an auction be completed by a winning bidder or seller you referred.
     
  3. john14809

    john14809 Junior Member

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    And the rate goes up to 55% if it is over $100 in the month. Sometimes you will get tiny commissions (like 10 cents), some will be a few bucks and others will be in the double digits. There is a 7 day cookie for these commissions.

    You also get $25 for signups if the person both registers and makes a bid within 30 days.
     
  4. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    ah, thats dissapointing, I thought it was 50% of the closing price... Imagine that, if someone sells a 5,000$ car you get 2500$ :p oh well, I'll keep dreaming...

    Thanks for the quick responses guys :D
     
  5. ximscreamingx

    ximscreamingx Power Member

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    Mental Masterbation...

    Imagine haveing 1-2k e*Bay accounts, selling real estate, with that many fake accounts buying them with your affiliate cookie if the payout was half of the total closing price...

     
  6. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    Yeah, considering eBay doesn't actually see any money outside of the listing fees they receive, it'd be hard to run an effective affiliate program that paid out that much ;)

    That said, it's all about bulk and targeting the right communities.