Hi Kelly, I would like to know:
why it took me posting to this forum for you to identify yourself as the affiliate manager.
Why Jonathon did not reply to my email back in December 2009 to explain why we were not going to be paid in that month.
If Ancestry.com (Ancestry.co.uk's parent company in the US) even have just a hiccup with the stats from CJ
not coming out on time all we affiliates are shown the courtesy of getting an email to explain what is going on. Why do Ancestry.co.uk think they are above bothering to keep us informed of things that are important to us like:
NOT GETTING PAID.
I have 8 websites with over 6,500 pages to manage and am in the middle of building a new 3,000 page site.
I know my sales stats and I know that traditionally January is the best month in sales of the year for my genealogy sites. I have been doing this for 12 years. Its Ancestry.co.uk's responsibility to keep those sales happening and since Andrew's leaving its looking like crashing regardless of what you say here.
Even though Ancestry.co.uk will be bringing commissions up to date this month, I will be replacing around 50% of my Ancestry.co.uk ads with a competitor. I get an email each week with advertisers wanting me to link to them. I don't have time for advertisers with non communicative, late paying attitudes.