EPN launches eBay Smart Share Chrome extension

By Dan Wilson February 7, 2018 - 5:25 pm

A new tool called eBay Smart Share, can easily find items, share links, and earn commissions as you browse eBay’s best inventory. It’s part of the eBay Partner Network, which will be more familiar to many as the marketplace’s affiliate scheme.

The new Chrome Extension Allows you to get started and promoting items as you visit any page on eBay, outside of the eBay Partner Network (EPN) portal. All within one browser window, you can create a unique tracking links to any eBay page, assign it to one of your existing campaigns, and copy the link or share directly to social sites such as Facebook or Pinterest.

As they say about Smart Share, you can:

– Increase your earning potential. The more links you share, the more commissions you can drive.
– Harness the power of social. In one click, promote listings, deals, categories, brands, and more directly to your Facebook or Pinterest audience. Stay tuned: More social networks are on their way.
– Enjoy the freedom to choose where you share. Share directly to Facebook or Pinterest, or copy and paste your unique link wherever you choose online.
– Manage campaigns on the go. Without logging into the EPN portal, you can tie each link you create back to one of your existing campaigns for better organization and reporting.

You can find eBay Smart Share in the Chrome store and you can find out more about this new feature on this page.

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