You can also ask the seller if he can start earlier. Unless you placed the order with the "No early start allowed" option (I guess you didn't) the seller can start even immediately.
Your email may also land into spam and will hardly get opens
Hi Uncle, is the email sent only to friends or to all people that are following the seller?
Why this change? I personally think the max clicks per day setting alone was definitely better.
People still can't understand that they are not buying results but EXPOSURE for their offers to people interested into their niche and that's the only guarantee we can offer (beside the ones that they will get as many visitors as they paid for). I've never heard of people complaining with Facebook/Google/Bing if their ads with them suck...
It has been already suggested on another thread but I think that a randomise feature for a limited number of spots (maybe 1 to 10) on deals could be a fair solution...
Usually if you are using HTML form code it should be added automatically. If your backend is using API calls the call should also include the IP address of the visitor when posting data to the AWeber server.
Nobody can tell what results you gonan get. When you buy traffic (solo ads, FB ads, Google adwords and so on) you're just buying exposure to people interested in the niche of the product you're promoting and there can be absolutely NO kind of guarantee of results in both terms of lead acquisition and/or sales because each visitor you get has his own background, his own life and his own state of mind and react different to different offers. Therefore it's impossible to predict any kind of action. Also, past traffic performance of solo sellers it's not a guarantee for the future.
That would be a great feature, a sort of disclaimer to save lots of hassles. +1 for me!
I second that
Awesome move! +1!
Payoneer was a very good option long ago but unfortunately it was removed for some reason. Would be good to get it back.
Holy! This is a great news!
Interesting feature, thumb up for me
Hey Mack, I got the same exact message long ago and I asked support to make sure it wasn't a scam. They confirmed it was legit and the request came from Udimi staff. But I got nothing in my mailbox after months so far.
I don't know if it can really help unless there's a minimum position to be reached before that deal can be bumped again. So your suggestion is good but could probably be even better if people can bump their deal again only if it goes down to a nth position.
I second that. I think there should also be the need for the buyer to check and confirm the link before placing the order because, even if it may sound crazy, quite often people they use the wrong link and we are lucky if they notice that before the campaign starts.
Hello everyone, I think that with the new minimum pricing and limited od we are headed towards the right the direction but there's one more thing that I think could help in making the marketplace even better and it's related to the rating system (specifically bad rating).
From personal experience I noticed that most of the bad ratings are caused by the lack of communication between the buyer and the seller.
Each time a campaign ends I try to get in touch with the client to know how it performed (and think I'm not the only one), someone replies someone simply ignores and it's fine to me.
But it's not fine anymore when you find a bad rating from a client that didn't communicate at all with you, precluding the possibility to fix what went wrong, but even worse when you see some client that even tries to blackmail you asking for refund "...or I'll leave you a bad rating"...
That's why I think that could be useful to make the bad rating a two-step process before getting approved, something like:
1) Get in touch with the seller, explain what went wrong and try to fix things up
2) Leave bad rating anyway and wait for moderation by Udimi staff.
This is just a rough idea but I think it makes sense to save the situation in most cases.
What do you think?