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June 02, 2012, 09:52:05 PM
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Am I going to get an answer or I really have to open support ticket?
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June 04, 2012, 08:27:17 AM
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http://www.bitcoinadvertisers.com/partnerstat.php?p=12weixK5ttMdjeoQgdGca9mKMKxkCxZkBG

payment has been delayed for many many weeks now. contaced support twice, no answer.
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June 04, 2012, 09:26:51 AM
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http://www.bitcoinadvertisers.com/partnerstat.php?p=12weixK5ttMdjeoQgdGca9mKMKxkCxZkBG

payment has been delayed for many many weeks now. contaced support twice, no answer.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83328.0
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June 04, 2012, 06:23:03 PM
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This is now official, thanks mods.

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June 05, 2012, 05:48:28 AM
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I am not interested in namecalling.

I got the usual response "your CTR is too high", which I *personally* don't get, but since I've never before meddled with ads, well, could be standard practise, whatever. No quantification of the acceptable CTR, but no accusation of fraud on my part, either.

PM'd him back, we'll see how that goes.
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June 05, 2012, 03:33:51 PM
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I really don't know whether or not all of these people have genuine gripes or not. I'm not taking sides, but I would like to aide in Andrew's defense at least a little bit.

For the time that I had BA word ads in my forum I did receive payment. Not only that, but I even clicked on the ad once just to make sure it worked and whether or not it popped up in a new tab or not. And I was not slapped with fraudulent CTR.

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June 05, 2012, 03:37:30 PM
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I am not interested in namecalling.

I got the usual response "your CTR is too high", which I *personally* don't get, but since I've never before meddled with ads, well, could be standard practise, whatever. No quantification of the acceptable CTR, but no accusation of fraud on my part, either.

PM'd him back, we'll see how that goes.

This matter has been discussed in PM.

I really don't know whether or not all of these people have genuine gripes or not. I'm not taking sides, but I would like to aide in Andrew's defense at least a little bit.

For the time that I had BA word ads in my forum I did receive payment. Not only that, but I even clicked on the ad once just to make sure it worked and whether or not it popped up in a new tab or not. And I was not slapped with fraudulent CTR.

Clicking the ads to test them or if there is genuine interest is fine.  We are more concerned with automated clicks or a pattern of unusual spikes which is easy to spot.

Future versions of the site will have graphs for all partners so that this can be seen more easily.

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June 05, 2012, 03:38:50 PM
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Can someone answer me please?
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June 06, 2012, 03:21:49 AM
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Is there any option for a publisher so that the statistics are not public?  I maybe am less concerned about revenues as a whole (determined from the bitcoin address in the ad code) being public, but more so the Impressions, Clicks, CTR, and RPM that shows in the "Partner Statistics". 

 - http://bitcoinadvertisers.com/partnerstat.php?p=[bitcoin address used in publisher's ad code]

Without having an account, there's no easy way to protect this I suppose.  So to offer this would probably involve me associating an e-mail address and password, so that viewing the partner statistics would require the password.  (and the e-mail to be able to recover from a lost password situation).  And that probably adds complexity you were not looking towards having.  So I'm not sure what you could to do to restrict access to this statistics report.

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June 06, 2012, 09:55:10 AM
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well if not SCAM, its highly dubious to promise a money making monster, not paying up and hiding behind unpublished terms and rules as well as disregarding those rules when benefitting the proprietor.

removed almost all ads from my pages.
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June 06, 2012, 02:34:59 PM
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removed almost all ads from my pages.
I did the same immediately after have read about non-payments.

BTW, I just don't understand why so many people keep BitcoinAdvertisers banners on their pages, knowing that balance can be wiped out at any moment!

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June 06, 2012, 04:58:59 PM
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well if not SCAM, its highly dubious to promise a money making monster, not paying up and hiding behind unpublished terms and rules as well as disregarding those rules when benefitting the proprietor.

removed almost all ads from my pages.

We are sorry you are unhappy with your BitcoinAdvertisers.com experience, please have a nice day.

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June 07, 2012, 01:07:50 AM
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I just don't understand why so many people keep BitcoinAdvertisers banners on their pages, knowing that balance can be wiped out at any moment!

sounds like paypal Cheesy
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June 07, 2012, 07:49:13 AM
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well if not SCAM, its highly dubious to promise a money making monster, not paying up and hiding behind unpublished terms and rules as well as disregarding those rules when benefitting the proprietor.

removed almost all ads from my pages.

We are sorry you are unhappy with your BitcoinAdvertisers.com experience, please have a nice day.


Well you're unhappy, but you aint doin shit about it.

This is exactly the dickhead attitude towards customers that will drive people away.
Maybe hire someone sociable to do your support?

I clearly described my annoyance with your line of argument via PM.
I clearly described the double standard therein.
Spelt it out for you.

And then you bid me farewell with a sorry? That's pretty sad.

I am NOT saying you are running a scam, but you ARE doing everything you can to drive away your source of income - people that BUY ads and people that RUN ads. I used to be both - now I'm neither (well, I do run 10 or so to get my CTR lower). And don't you dare clear my account - if I come back in two months and my .X BTC isn't there, I'll be not as diplomatic.


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June 10, 2012, 01:33:41 PM
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Am I really the only one who is getting paid regularly at the moment?

Andrew really needs to stop treating publishers like dirt and start acting professionally. It's as if he's randomly allowing certain people to be paid while outright ignoring other people.

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June 11, 2012, 01:12:55 AM
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Major redesign of the site has been completed:

http://bitcoinadvertisers.com/

This is it for short term updates of the site, long term will plan includes a client login and graphs.
nice!
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June 11, 2012, 02:08:50 AM
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nice i got my payment , better than what i was getting at Operation Fabulous

nice layout on site too

I hope you fixed the gambling ad problem
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June 11, 2012, 10:20:32 AM
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I got payed too.

unrelated:

on the partnerstat page, in the payment log, the displayed mBTC amount is wrong by 10x,  (1mBTC = 0.001 BTC)

http://www.bitcoinadvertisers.com/partnerstat.php?p=

also the number of payouts doesn't correspond with reality
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June 13, 2012, 06:23:31 PM
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Andrew, great service. One thing that bothers me is that there are folks that generate phony clicks. Got a click from bitcoindebit-dot-net, and decided to look - what the site is like. Here's what I saw. Obviously, nobody human visits this site. There's nothing in it. It just displays ads and someone clicks on them. Clearly scam.

UPDATE: the domain owner contacted me and apparently there is some actual traffic on the web site. Not clear who actually visits it, since there is no content, but oh well. It would be helpful if there could be some way to identify the sites with actual (potentially) interested visitor

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June 13, 2012, 11:14:57 PM
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Andrew, great service. One thing that bothers me is that there are folks that generate phony clicks. Got a click from bitcoindebit-dot-net, and decided to look - what the site is like. Here's what I saw. Obviously, nobody human visits this site. There's nothing in it. It just displays ads and someone clicks on them. Clearly scam.

UPDATE: the domain owner contacted me and apparently there is some actual traffic on the web site. Not clear who actually visits it, since there is no content, but oh well. It would be helpful if there could be some way to identify the sites with actual (potentially) interested visitor

lots of placeholder/unused domains have nothing more than advertisements, yet still get a lot of human traffic.

it's called 'parking'.
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