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    ABW Ambassador Amy Ely's Avatar
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    Talking buy.at is now partnered with PopShops!
    We are excited to announce that buy.at's advertiser products are now available on PopShops!

    Click here for more details, or click here to sign up and create your free account.

    ***Special offer for buy.at affiliates***
    All buy.at affiliates are eligible to receive a 10% discount on any premium plan just enter the promo code buyat10'

    Please let us know if you have any questions!

    -Amy

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    Congrats for partnering with PopShops! A great pair
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    Congratulations!

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    Well this is good news.

    I was wondering how I could manage to learn yet another interface/datafeed (or whatever) - and I have a place to promote some buy.at merchants.

    With or without the 10% premium plan discount this is good. (I have been using a premium plan for quite some time now.) Cool - just added some Swarovski handbags to one of my sites (about crystal handbags).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill
    Cool - just added some Swarovski handbags to one of my sites (about crystal handbags).
    Just another excuse to add a few more purses to your own collection you sexy man -

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    Quote Originally Posted by RemodelingGuy
    Just another excuse to add a few more purses to your own collection you sexy man -
    Purses? Naw - too pricey for the size - hold hardly anything. Shoes, however, might be a different story.

    Seriously [at least a little more seriously], those handbags do occasionally sell. I can't believe someone would buy a $400+ tiny purse/handbag/evening bag/whatever online from a small picture and description. But every-so-often I see a sale go through on one niche site where I feature crystal evening bags.
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    We jumped on this opportunity to get our 50,000 items in PopShops system.
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    That's excellent news!!

    I already use the PopShops service, off to checkout the buy.at merchants.

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    I just checked one of your merchants TicketMaster on popshops. I have to say that I was very disappointed. Following are a few of the main issues for your reference:

    1.Category Structure: Seems like you categorized the feed by A-Z. That makes the entire feed a big mess. For example, there are three categories for "arts", why? Plus, there are hundreds of duplicate items through out the entire feed.

    +Arts (158)
    Ballet and Dance (8)
    Broadway (9)
    Classical (27)
    Comedy (34)
    More Arts and Theatre (11)
    Museums and Exhibits (6)
    Musicals (40)
    Opera (2)
    Plays (21)

    +Arts & Theater (656)
    Ballet and Dance (38)
    Broadway (5)
    Classical (50)
    Comedy (130)
    More Arts and Theater (14)
    Museums and Exhibits (4)
    Musicals (248)
    Opera (4)
    Plays (163)

    +Arts &amp (8,344)
    -Theater (8,344) Ballet and Dance (1,229)
    Broadway (2)
    Classical (1,209)
    Comedy (416)
    More Arts and Theater (160)
    Museums and Exhibits (219)
    Musicals (2,980)
    Opera (226)
    Plays (1,903)

    2. Category Logic: I checked the first two categories listed:
    AB (369)
    AE (2)

    AB has 369 products. I have no idea how you group those products under AB, all I can see is the product name start with A... and B...

    AE has 2 products:
    "BOBLO ISLAND $0.00
    The Boom Boom Room $0.00"
    Are those free tickets? What those two products have to do with AE?

    3. Product Description: None of the products have real product description. All are showing:
    "Store: Ticketmaster | Landing page"
    Maybe a few lines about the ticket/event will help?

    4. Inactive products: I randomly checked 5 products landing pages, 4 of them got his message:
    "There are no events currently scheduled at this venue." How often the feed gets updated?

    5. Search unfriendly: I did a test search on keyword "baseball tickets". None of your products show up. Instead, I saw 103 search result from Stubhub(which I won't touch it due to the current fiasco going on-see other thread).
    ...

    That's all for now. Should be enough for you to work on for a while...

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    I am also seeing many Ticketmaster links going to http://users.buy.at/ rather that a specific event page.

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    Hello there,

    There are indeed some links in Ticketmaster that are not going to the right landing pages and a more optimization needed. We'll work with the buy.at team to get the user experience and results as they should be for Ticketmaster and the rest of the feeds.
    Jessie Jones
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    General support: support [at] popshops.com | Merchant requests: merchants [at] popshops.com
    (Include your popshops login, your shop name, and the URL or merchant you have an issue with.)

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    How do you tell what your affiliate ID is so that we can plug it into our PopShops profiles?
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    OK I just figured it out.
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