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August 16th, 2005, 11:32 AM #1CenerJy analytics?
Does anyone else see any similarities here?
Again, it looks like a networks statistical people thought they are providing a valuable resource for affiliates without first having affiliates look at it and beta test it. Perhaps I'm wrong, but a lot of long time affiliates are finding faults with this that easily could have been fixed before this was implemented.
What is it with the big networks that they think they are trying to provide a useful product without involving the affiliates in the process? I see what CJ was trying to do (and commend them) but why cause all this confusion and frustration with a product that evidently does not work proprerly and without providing proper instructions (or disclaimers).
Last edited by Ron Bechdolt; August 16th, 2005 at 11:57 AM.
August 16th, 2005, 11:38 AM #2
one would almost think, in two cases we've seen, that we're seeing the results of companies using extreme legacy equipment cores that they have to program around to do anything.
wonder where all the AS400's have gone?
August 16th, 2005, 11:50 AM #3
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That's so funny. I was thinking the same thing last night. I was going to call it CJAnalytics.
August 16th, 2005, 12:45 PM #4
Now, I did make fun of CJ above and I made some valid points, but I do want to say that this is a minor blip in the scheme of things with CJ (since I did compare them to LS). CJ overall has been very good about things and I think they just fell short in this area and could not resist the chance to make the comparison.
I suspect they will make the needed changes fairly quickly, based on their past efforts when things like this has happened.
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