3 Ways to Use eBay Data to Turn More Clicks into Higher-Paying Conversions

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As a partner of eBay, we want to empower you to reach your maximum earning potential. Below, we describe 3 different ways you can use eBay data to optimize your existing performance and take your commissions to the next level.

At any time, you can find out what’s trending, what’s selling the most, and what different items are worth in eBay’s vibrant, global marketplace.

By using eBay data, you can pick items that you expect your audiences will purchase, and, as a result, convert more of your followers into commission-driving buyers.

3 things you can do today to increase your earnings:

1. Not sure what to promote? If you want to see what the top selling items are- regardless of price and searches- visit the Best Sellers section here. You can browse the most sold items in the last 7 days, or the last 24 hours, in any category.


2. Get in front of trends by keeping an eye on the Trending section at explore.ebay.com. Here, you’ll find the most sought after items on eBay. For example, try promoting the Nokia 6 to your mobile phone shoppers. At the time of this writing, this device had nearly 9,000 searches on eBay in the last 6 weeks.


3. Have an item in mind but aren’t sure about the return? Find out What It’s Worth here. For example, you can find that a pair of Beats by Dr. Dre wireless headphones are worth £153.00. Being that this item is in the electronics category, you receive 50% of eBay’s revenue share on this sale. Don’t forget that you receive another 2x commissions if the buyer hasn’t shopped on eBay in 12 months or longer.


For more inspiration, check out this quick glossary of eBay page types. Whether you link to specific brand pages or eBay’s best-of-web deals, these pages are designed to convert by featuring our vast inventory in a variety of ways.

Pro Tip: The easiest way to make your personalized affiliate links as you browse is with the Bookmarklet tool. Watch this quick tutorial to learn how.

Click here to explore the different eBay pages and learn which page type is the best for you.

If you have any questions or feedback, leave a comment below or reach out anytime via AskEPN@ebay.com.