Yep I have stared at the HTML 100 times or more in the "View
Although, I see the referral credits in my account. And the sales are things that are uploaded on my website so the buyer's have to click the AW2K listing page links, I have never been 100% certain.. I cannot tell you that I am. But I can say for sure that if I send someone a link to the thumbnail page on my website and they enter my eBay store from there and purchase the item, the Store referral credit appears in my account.
I will be honest,, I have never understood that part at all. The links do not have the ?refid=store tag on the URL but the Store referral credit are appearing..
It doesn't drive me too nuts. I converted a couple of templates to pure HTML and play with them sometimes to see what I can do. Most the HTML code I can get around in especially with my reference books. This particular link thing has always "kicked my tail"
I'll ask Thom about it. I geninuely do not recall if I have ever mentioned it to him or not.. Geez to have back my under 50 mind
Thanks for all the digging around you have done. Gosh, my rambling on has sure created a ton of work for you..!
On the bright side, the AW2K websites do drive traffic to your listings. And it is a super good marketing tool.
I use to have a "What's new" link and page on my website. I didn't think anyone ever looked at it so I pulled the page down. Bad thing to do. It wasn't a month after I did it people started emailing asking what happened to my "What's new" page. They liked it. I would Queue new stuff for listing way in advance and display it on the "What's new" page for a few days. Folks really liked looking through it. Probably should get in gear and get it back up again.
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