I’m just back from a 10-day vacation (my first in 18 months) in Tenerife. And, since I completely divorce myself from the internet when I go on holidays (no laptop, no surfing the ‘net on my smartphone and no skulking off to the nearest internet cafe for an online fix), one of the things I have to contend with when I get back is the sheer amount of email that drops into my Inbox while I’m away.
Following on from Amazon pulling the plug entirely on associates in Colorado in March this year due to a Sales tax measure introduced in that state, yesterday they fired out an email to associates about an upcoming change to their API which will affect a huge number of associates who use various plugins to add products and customer reviews to their sites. Here’s what they said in their email:
On November 8, 2010 the Reviews response group of the Product Advertising API will no longer return customer reviews content and instead will return a link to customer reviews content hosted on Amazon.com. You will be able to display customer reviews on your …
Epic Traffic Systems is a high-ticket set of tools that will be launched on June 15th.
This is a 2-Tier opportunity. Tier 1 sales earn commissions of $1000(!), Tier 2 sales have $200 commissions.
Find how you can become a part of this opportunity now!
This program is no longer online.
For those not in the know, ePN stands for eBay Partner Network. While eBay used to run an affiliate program through Commission Junction and Pepperjam Network, in the last year or two, those were closed down and the only way to become an eBay affiliate was to open an account with the eBay Partner Network.
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eBay are constantly playing with things (often without proper testing before officially releasing an “update” to the system), which has annoyed many affiliates. Rather than paying a fixed percentage of a sale (as they used to), they now employ something called “Quality Click Pricing”. What this boils …