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eBay Partner Network now live

By Chris Dawson April 1, 2008 - 7:42 am

Members of eBay’s affiliates’ programmes can from this morning head over to the eBay Partner Network site and sign up for the new program that replaces Commission Junction.


eBay Partner Network

The system messages initially gave me the impression that eBay were manually approving applications, but in fact now this doesn’t seem to be the case: I got an email within a few minutes and could confirm my account. EPN members will then need to input payment details (bank or PayPal) and tax information in order to receive payments.

The EPN blog has details of the new links’ format and a video tutorial to help you get started.

  • 11 years ago

    I set my account up pretty quickly too (after seeing one of the forum that was denied). The only thing that concerns me right now is that some of the functionality of the site doesn’t seem to be completed yet, and they are only giving us 30 days to complete the transition.

    I mainly use a widget, the eBay ToGo and it is not working, says…. coming soon… I hope so. Scott

  • 11 years ago

    Well the only thing I have ever used was the Editor thingimijig that let me show my listings live on my website, because I found the CJ site almost impossible to work out…

    That seems still to be working.

    I shall be interested in what this new Network will allow me to do, hopefully explained in plain English…..

  • 11 years ago

    Just signed up and updated payment/tax information and was feeling quite pleased with myself when I got an email saying I was a super user. Felt somewhat deflated when I realised it meant a SuperUser of the account 😳

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