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Thanks MSN Great Traffic/Billing Question
Great Conversions also Traffic Question
metakomm




msg:1582350
 1:10 am on Mar 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

Man...MSN has put some serious $$$ in my pocket...Out of the many merchants I promote, one merchant I spent $58 and got a return of $662...And that was in 3 days! And there are others like that...Good job...Also made a $56 commission after spending $0.15 OVERALL and a $60 commission spending $1...I know those profit margins won't last forever, but I will take it now! (I wish they would go for the google pricing structure!)

Also...Confused about billing...I have only been billed the $5 to get in the program and have already been past the $50 threshold 3 times, but have yet to be billed. Customer Service wasn't sure why I haven't been billed.

Is that a bug in the system?

 

michaelbs




msg:1582351
 12:17 pm on Mar 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

I believe they are working on the google pricing model!

teatime




msg:1582352
 12:42 pm on Mar 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

And speaking of traffic - will they ratchet up the volume some more, soon?
Can anyone tell how they are determining which impressions to serve, since they're not running it at 100%? All I can tell is that the impressions are spread among all my campaigns, but is it proportional to the budgets of each? to the # of keywords in each?

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