| 10:45 pm on Dec 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Whenever my employer gives me a gift, I always wish they'd just given me the cost of the gift in cash, instead. Think about it that way.
| 11:17 pm on Dec 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
why are people so dependent on receiving gifts?
if anything, we the publisher should be sending them gifts for what they already provide us with. even sending them a thankful email would be sufficient, yet how many even do that?
they don't have to send me anything, keep up with what they're already doing and i'll be happy.
i'll buy my own gift with the gift they already send me: money.
that's better than any gift.
| 11:25 pm on Dec 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
> Now will the go the final mile and send out better gifts to publishers?
if you get a decent gift from them, chances are that you made enough to buy your self a truly nice gift :)
| 12:01 am on Dec 10, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Did I miss something
|Okay, so the consensus is that Yahoo customer services blows Adsense out of the water. |
| 10:22 am on Dec 10, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Google customer service is an oxymoron, isn't it? ;)
| 1:41 pm on Dec 10, 2005 (gmt 0)|
>> Google customer service is an oxymoron, isn't it?
Strange, because I've had nothing but good service from Google, including an hour call from them to help me optimize their ads at my site for increased revenues (for both of us)! When I've had an inquiry, they always reply and the answers were personalized, not canned.
I emailed an inquiry to YPN the other day, and received a call from them the next day. They were very helpful.
I'm pleased with both companies and, hopefully, both can successfully co-exist at my site. I don't want to do anything to alienate either.
As to a gift, well for me these folks have already given me a gift...the ability for the owner of a relatively small website to make some money. I'm grateful!