Happy to help out.
I've not seen a method - though I've never personally looked for it.
While I 100% commend UD, and all of UDIMI for their efforts in this matter, would it not also be fair to mention sample sizes?
When comparing someones traffic, is 25 clicks an actual fair sample size to get a real representation of someone's quality? 25 clicks, with even a 50% conversion ratio only equates to 12-13 clicks to an offer...I feel it takes more than that to see if a provider can deliver sales.
Just my thoughts
Looks like you're in the Ad Texts area creating a swipe. If I'm not mistaken, this is used when you're purchasing a solo. You can create a default in that section, or manually add it when making a purchase.
Hope this helps.
I signed up for the reseller area, and cant find it either. Any help?
Click on the solo, then the messages tab along the top.
Ok - perhaps it was another solo platform that I seen it in.
Does that apply to the buyer as well?
I'm having the exact same issue - being filtered as being in a frame, but all previous solos were fine, just this one. Further, I am using click magick, which is recommended by UDIMI...
Please disregard - found the issue, it was on the buyers end - problem in his rotator settings.
Actually - the problem isn't resolved :(
Got an issue - just started sending a solo (NOT my first one) and I'm noticing something really strange - all the clicks are being filtered and marked as "Click inside a frame" - Not sure what this means.
I'm using ClickMagick, and this traffic is straight solo traffic, not mixed/funnel clicks.
Yup - well said. Some offers simply do not convert or the saturation is so great that it won't convert properly on even a large list.
Good luck, hope it goes well for you!
The issue with Sunday is that it is generally harder to produce clicks. Offices are closed, people are with family, etc. That said, many people won't offer them as it can be more of a challenge to deliver them.
I wasn't differentiating UDIMI vs Outside vendor traffic, but as a whole. Mobile traffic does not convert as high in terms of my offers. Its tough though, as 50%+ traffic via email solos IS in fact mobile - hence why you generally pay a premium for 100% desktop traffic. I sell on FB, and you can certainly specify only desktop, but you pay for it.
While I agree with the above response - I've found less SALES on my OTO from mobile devices. I suppose it makes sense as I'd say that I only make purchases from my laptop. Agree, disagree?