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January 22nd, 2007, 11:57 PM #1quityourdayjob.com / nothing /
So I'm reading through my new issue of Revenue, and run across Palmer's two page ad promoting his ebook. At the bottom I see "Visit QuitYourDayJob.com/SuperAffiliate/ today, and save 50% off the cover price. This is a limited time offer, exclusively for readers of Revenue Magazine."
Well hell, let's give it a look since it's 50% off. That would have been good if there was actually anything other than an Index of / page there. Must have been real limited, like unavailable when the magazine comes out.
Not that I'm particularly motivated to buy books/ebooks, but since I could get it for $25 I figured I'd at least get it and read through it to see what it might offer, whether it's worth the money or not.
I just don't understand spending money on a 2-page ad, promoting a URL that doesn't exist when the mag comes out.
January 23rd, 2007, 01:00 AM #2
I haven't read the latest issue yet, but are you sure it's not /superaffiliate/ (all lower case)? The page comes up that way.
Even if the way you have it is the way it is in the magazine, you would think seeing all of these 403 errors in his logs for /SuperAffilate/ would persuade him make a change on the server so people could access the right page.Scott
If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, then baffle them with bulls#!t
Don't tell me that you'll do it... SHOW ME.
Just because everyone else is drinking it is no reason for me to drink the KOOL-AID.
January 23rd, 2007, 01:07 AM #3
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January 23rd, 2007, 05:58 PM #6
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January 23rd, 2007, 06:21 PM #7
There are no spam folders.
I wonder if he is/was in Vegas, I sent an email 16 or so hours ago and no reply to it either.
I'm all for giving someone the benefit of the doubt, I know I'm not always on top of things. But there should at least be some sort of automated reply acknowledging my purchase. If they manually verify subscribers, that's fine. Make me aware of it. Whatever it is, let the person know.
I deal with digital products. Our system is pretty much automated from the first step to the last, and emails are sent near instantly upon purchase. "Spam folders" are about the only problem we ever have (hotmail, yahoo..).
Waiting and wondering instills no confidence in me.
January 24th, 2007, 03:43 AM #8