|9th Jun 2013, 02:45 PM||#1|
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I got accepted for the eBay affiliate network yesterday on my Amazon sites. I'm looking to split-test the two networks. From what I understand, eBay pays on a per-click model, based on the past performance of your traffic and their search/buying history?
Does anybody have any rough figures of what's achievable per click?
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|9th Jun 2013, 03:53 PM||#2|
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I can only comment on my experience with squidoo.
I add both ebay and amazon, and amazon to ebay is like
comparing a whale with a flea.
It is much easier to buy from amazon for most people, and
toss in private parties to deal with and there you have it.
Amazon has a huge trust factor.
Anyone wanting ebay will undoubtedly go to ebay in the
Ebay has a far different pricing structure than amazon, as
ebay pays for the value of a click, not just a sale. Your
clicks have got to be valuable to ebay. I think they even
give you a running tab on your estimated cost per click on
a daily basis. Looks like they want you to recruit new people
to join ebay, so even if you don't make a sale, you have
signed up a new person for future bidding.
I would put ebay on pages that are ripe for people that might
like online auctions.
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