I know I am not the only one...
Filtered rate has jumped from 10% average to over 40% without a good reason...
Not sure what you guys are doing but this is not beneficial for both Udimi and sellers.
Previous filter rate was just fine.
Can you explain your decisions about this change?
If you really want to keep traffic and udimi high quality,why don't you check each seller separately?
By putting every seller in the same boat is not fair...You will just make sellers look for other way to sell their traffic...
I am waiting for other sellers options and suggestions..
Kujtim, to provide the best quality of traffic, we are constantly working on the filter improvement.
While we rely on the filtering, we are also checking sellers and their orders individually.
After recent changes, we've made some adjustments to the filter, so the filtered clicks volume should be decreased.
To keep the quality of the clicks high and to prevent the clicks being filtered, I'd suggest avoiding sending the same user to several Udimi offers during a short period of time. Also, make sure the filtered clicks are not redirected to other Udimi solo ads.
I could not agree with this post more.
The filter rate is excessively high and it doesn't make any sense. Some of us - vendors included, spent astronomical amounts of money on building effective and qualified lists.
All of a sudden now the filter rate is increased and due to some factors unbeknownst to us - vendors are on the chopping block? That's a bit unacceptable.
Photo attached as a result of your most recent run-in with this increased filter rate.
Would love to have any C-level executive of this platform weigh in on this subject. We're waiting.
If there are 10 different offer, and we are not allow to send to 10 different offer to the same subscriber?
Running into the same problem I am goiNg to have to resort to stopping orders when I see the filtering is too high . I will be partially refunding a few I am afraid
This is not fair.
I am getting clicks as filtered,24h after they have been already sent.
Normal filtered clicks can be redirected somewhere else but these clicks are lost for ever...
Jonathan, if the subscriber receives many Udimi offers during a short period of time in one day, there is a chance that the clicks that follow the first click will be considered not quality traffic.
Kujtim, some Udimi filters adapt depending on the volume of clicks that fall under it. For example, the percentage of Datacenter and Traffic exchange click.
In rare cases, this leads to a change of click status, and the clicks that were already delivered are marked as filtered. Since at the time of the click the system did not yet know that this was not quality traffic, the clicks had been delivered to the buyer.
Currently running a UK only traffic campaign.. I am in the UK for crying out aloud, I have spent years building my lists in the UK.. and of the 225 clicks ordered, UDIMI has filtered 131!
Looks like I'll get this campaign cancelled and lose all the money from the run.
Never seen anything this drastic.. not sure what system you're using to determine that the clicks are bad? I mean, if someone clicks on a link twice, how can that be discounted as duplicate instead of not counting the 2nd click? You're literally cancelling both clicks due to duplicate clicks LOL.
I also see that clicks from certain ISPs are being discounted due to "too many from the same internet service provider?"
The UK has a limited number of ISPs, and you're penalising me for having too many subscribers coming from the same ISP?
Feels like UDIMI doesn't value sellers anymore here.. I'm truly at a loss of words. I mean, how do I control which service provider is sending the clicks? The buyer is super happy with the clicks, they actually got WAY more than they paid for, but UDIMI thinks otherwise, hmm.. not a win-win scenario at all here.