Looking for seller that has a strong desktop list. Tried a couple of the "Movers and Shakers" this week, and with the "No Mobile" filter on, they rejected the run, cause they are mostly mobile audience.
Anyone with desktop strong audience, that does not matter if I enable the "no mobile" filter?
That may be problematic for AWeber users?
Aweber has a hard rule that they send back a captcha for same zip address in 12 hours I had a recent run where 25 of 40 ouniwue visitors got the captcha (I can see in the right side of dashboard) and as such did not get added to the list.
I think if that filter had been in place this would not have happened?
I cannot think of any other reason why so many got the captcha.
I noticed that the "Proxy" filter is no longer available?
I I have learned that with AWeber A captcha element would appear if the IP address used to submit the sign up form was recently used to be submitted to other AWeber lists within 12 hours.
So I believe the error is because the solo ad is hitting a proxy server, and that appears to AWeber as the same address, they send out a captcha, the user ignores it, and does not get added to the list.
Anyone else have this issue.
Anyone know what this message means?
Are my visitors getting prompted for a Captcha?
I learned from support that the determination of mobile vs desktop is not done on the delivery of the message (no way they could do that). Rather, after the person clicks on the link, it goes thru a filter at Udimi.
The filter determines, the device the click was from, if a mobile the Sellers "overdelivery" message is returned. Not sure what those look like.
Only concern is that if you use your own company domain link in a Text-ad, and the person gets redirected to the overdelivery link, if that tarnishes your brand at all?
Trying to understand how the no-mobile filter works. It is my understanding that people on mobile devices will get a Udimi tracking link, not your web-page URL link.
How do they know, though that the person will be viewing on mobile? And if they know that, why even send them the email?
Can someone explain how this works.