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March 16th, 2009, 07:58 AM #1
Quality Revisited ...
- Join Date
- January 17th, 2005
Some interesting quality information.
Ebay is suppose to be on a QUALITY kick ... whatever that means.
So far it shows up in downgrades for sign-ups based on some Google like
we can't tell you because we are EBAY and you are not. It would be nice
to know the answer to what is considered Quality?
In February I had 203 EBAY transactions - 10 Sign ups and 193 winning bids and about 1,000 bids overall. And based on that, I get dinged $10 per sign up AFTER the fact.
Is my percentage of winning bids per traffic sent good? Not really. But EBAY is not paying me per visitor either.
Obviously, you can get better traffic paying for it on Google or Yahoo, but the real question is this: Is it profitable for the affiliate?
I have NO problem with whatever a merchant pays ... but I do if they can't tell you what it is they are paying before you send them traffic and especially if they cannot send you an email telling you that form X day we have changed the payout to Y.
Why is it that the likes of Google and EBAY have this aversion to actually communicating with their affiliates on a one to one basis when they change something and for being specific as to WHY they did it?
March 16th, 2009, 08:07 AM #2Originally Posted by net4biz
I hate the arrogance of big corporations who treat people like that because they can get away with it. It's my chief beef with Commission Junction.
By Druid in forum Commission Junction - CJReplies: 1Last Post: July 11th, 2008, 01:47 PM
By Nature Boy in forum Commission Junction - CJReplies: 3Last Post: November 14th, 2004, 08:25 AM
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