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eBay Kills Pay-Per-Click Ad Program

Maybe it's just me, but this sure seems to add a lot of weight to the notion that ebay is trying to squeeze out small sellers. (That would be in addition to all the other things which we know are wrong... ads on seller's listings, rolling blackouts, unlawful money holds, lopsided feedback with skewed buyer's instructions, unfair chargeback/refund policies etc, ad nauseum...)

Look for traffic to fall even more... laughing.gif

eBay Kills Pay-Per-Click Ad Program
By Ina Steiner
January 06, 2011

eBay discontinued its AdCommerce ad program in the U.S. and Canada over the summer, and this week, announced it was discontinuing the program internationally effective January 31, 2011. AdCommerce was a pay-per-click advertising program that allowed eBay sellers to place contextual ads on the site promoting their listings.

(more at link ^ )

-- Edited by budnonymous on Friday 7th of January 2011 04:21:42 AM


Exposing the sleazery of ebaY and PayPal



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