Does that make sense?
Does that make sense?
Mohamed Hassan
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Some people have lists of sizes too small to deliver the orders they sell.
I think they look for outsourcing.
It is in the best interest of Udimi's reputation to manage the issue.
Posted 24 Nov at 04:37
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Alex Fetcu
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Agreee
Posted 24 Nov at 21:37
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Liz Hall
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I agree but there exception also you don't know what relation this small list owner has with his list
Posted 20 Dec at 04:09
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Mohamed Hassan
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Liz, I've noticed some people deliver far beyond what could anyone with the same list size do.
Posted 21 Dec at 04:48
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Heather Alessandra
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Alex and Mohamed,

It very easy to draw a negative conclusions, however there are other possibilities you guys are not taking into consideration.

For example, sellers can have list segments on MULTIPLE auto responders. Such as myself :)

The list size you see here on Udimi for me does not represent anywhere near the combined size of my lists which are now in excess of 100k.

Moreover, many sellers do not update their list size here on Udimi on regular basis.

Gentlemen, I think it is a bad habit to get into guessing games.

Posted 21 Dec at 05:44
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Nathern Jutson
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Good point Heather.
Posted 21 Dec at 17:12
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Liz Hall
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I agree with heather not everyone shows there list size but I was talking about the relationship the list owner has with there list better the relationship the better your clicks
Posted 21 Dec at 17:53
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Agnes Marin
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I agree with Heather as well

-> Bargain Solo ad.Fresh List including buyers!!
Posted 21 Dec at 18:51
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Dean James
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The solution here is SIMPLE. Check the vendors previous feedback history. If they are delivering what they say they can then book a test order. Speculation is for stock traders.

Posted 22 Dec at 03:18
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Heather Alessandra
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I think Dean hit the nail on the head. READ THE FEEDBACK. You can't be lazy about it. I personally have found the vast sum of it to generally be trustworthy here on Udimi.

So like Dean said, buy a minimum test order. If the sellers traffic is converting with your offer then buy a larger solo.
Posted 22 Dec at 14:52
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Mohamed Hassan
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No guessing games at all . for newbies here a lot of things that they need to clarify, so when we shed light on some issues it's in the interest of all the members here . Also there are some kind of responsibility on the leaders here to be open minded and get in smooth discussions to give more details and make things clear.
I feel grateful for all in this discussion as I personally get some points that I was in need to know.
We should all keep getting the place in continuous progress. .
Posted 22 Dec at 16:11
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Jamie Hall
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great reply
Posted 22 Dec at 19:41
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Heather Alessandra
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Mohamed,

With all due respect I think everything is pretty clear. If your looking to be a successful buyer then focus on testing and reading the feedback. When you hit gold, scale it up!

This type of "inside baseball" information doesn't belong on the main site and is better suited for a forum. Therefore, in an effort to keep the site as simple as possible I would hope the operators don't feel a need to make any more of this.

Posted 22 Dec at 23:29
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Liz Hall
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yes I agree
Posted 22 Dec at 23:38
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Alexis Hradek
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Liz Hall And Heather Alessandra i agree great reply.
Posted 23 Dec at 04:57
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Mohamed Hassan
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Happy new year to all of you guys!
Posted 25 Dec at 04:54
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