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sebans




msg:1231514
 12:43 pm on Sep 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

After I complained for receiving 283 click on the same keyword in a same day. ( usually I receive 1-2 click per keyword)

they answered that the numbers of clicks were legitimate, they only went all to the same keyword instead than to the other clicked kewywords.

I think this people is completely crazy.

sebans

 

snookie




msg:1231515
 12:50 pm on Sep 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

hey dude...

did that seem close to what u usually get for all your keywords?

Findwhat is interesting company, They seem to be buying things left right and centre. Stock is regarded as good (although someone issued a statement to hold rather than buy/sell rcently).

also:

Is anyone an affiliate with these guys? Or espotting for that matter? What kinda traffic you need with these to get onboard?

cheers,

snookie

sebans




msg:1231516
 2:09 pm on Sep 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

I was charged 620 clicks until my account was drained.

283 were on the same keyword.

yes findwhat.inc is making money but this is not my concern.

sebans

Bobby_Davro




msg:1231517
 3:55 pm on Sep 12, 2003 (gmt 0)

I believe that you need 100,000 searches per month to get on to Findwhat. I am not sure whether there is a minimum for Espotting at all. They are very keen to take on small players who are likely to grow.

Andy_Reid




msg:1231518
 3:21 pm on Sep 13, 2003 (gmt 0)

I can confirm the 100,000 searches per month figure for FindWhat. Maybe I am mistaken, but I think that Espotting is looking for UK traffic. As Canadians, our site didn't qualify.

Bobby_Davro




msg:1231519
 9:49 pm on Sep 13, 2003 (gmt 0)

Espotting covers most of Europe, including the UK, hence the partnership with Findwhat; the combination makes them a better buy out prospect for Microsoft or other interested parties.

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