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Old 04-15-2003, 12:37 PM   #16
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Great to hear a couple of positive reports.

Alex (or members), can you tell me whether or not AzoogleAds is branching out successfully into web-based sales representation presently? I ask since I've seen a few creatives tracked through AzoogleAds running on various reseller networks. This tends to suggest that you do have some broad buys on the books.

So, are you looking to represent web publishers presently?
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Old 04-27-2003, 04:30 PM   #17
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Hi guys,

Just a few things. First, a quick note regarding the popup, affiliates get 100% of the revenue generated from that, and can control it entirely. The popup (should you choose to enable/disable it) will go directly to the landing page of whichever offer is being popped, without any advertising for azoogleads on there. If you want to turn off the popups, you just click into "popup offers" under "offers" and can turn them off there. Publishers have on average generated an extra 2-3c CPC from those pops, so they have been HIGHLY effective, but whether you choose to keep them on or off is entirely up to you.

Czar,

As for web publishers, we are definitely moving in this direction and will start making banners available on our network for publishers to pick up. Our initial focus was strictly on email, but we will be expanding this to include banner CPAs as well.

Let me know if you have any other questions (and sorry for my tardy reply).

Alex

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Old 03-12-2004, 12:18 AM   #18
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Hi,

I have just signed up for their network not long ago.
They have unique offers which you can't get anywhere else.

My friend, who are getting paid by them for several months recommend me to this.

I suppose it is a good network.

Alson.
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Old 03-19-2004, 09:51 AM   #19
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just a quick note, I have been paid by azoogleads several times, they are a great company to work with and have good cpa offers. The only problem I have seen is that they take years to respond emails.
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Old 03-19-2004, 10:30 AM   #20
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And just a quick note from the other side. We block azoogle from our mail server of thousands of people, as do 10s of thousands of other admins. But we block, as they do, Azoogle's tracking domain, of course Azoogle never appears in emails anymore.

We have found Azoogle to be 100% unresponsive in removals, maybe this has changed since can-spam all of a sudden made people like this find god, but I find their entire company distasteful. To say you are only as bad as the some of the worst is just silly.

These people cost every single person on the net money, every single person who has an email account has in some small way paid for their years of poor behavior. Why would you earn them anymore more money when you have already paid them with your spam tax dollars?

And AzoogleAds, if you are so anti-spam, so good for the world, why are you - like so many like you - changing your business model now that there are federal anti-spam laws? While weak, they at least do make some provisions you were not following.

Funny coincidence, because after all, if you were so spam free, why would these laws affect you?

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Old 03-19-2004, 02:03 PM   #21
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They pay and are can-spam compliant.
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Old 03-19-2004, 02:14 PM   #22
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And just a quick note from the other side. We block azoogle from our mail server of thousands of people, as do 10s of thousands of other admins. But we block, as they do, Azoogle's tracking domain, of course Azoogle never appears in emails anymore.

We have found Azoogle to be 100% unresponsive in removals, maybe this has changed since can-spam all of a sudden made people like this find god, but I find their entire company distasteful. To say you are only as bad as the some of the worst is just silly.

These people cost every single person on the net money, every single person who has an email account has in some small way paid for their years of poor behavior. Why would you earn them anymore more money when you have already paid them with your spam tax dollars?

And AzoogleAds, if you are so anti-spam, so good for the world, why are you - like so many like you - changing your business model now that there are federal anti-spam laws? While weak, they at least do make some provisions you were not following.

Funny coincidence, because after all, if you were so spam free, why would these laws affect you?

Chet
Does Azoogle even send out mailings anymore? Their contract with their server provider ended last August, and I can't find any "direct" spam from them, just people using Azoogleads.

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Old 03-19-2004, 02:53 PM   #23
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First, yeah they found god last fall just like all the US mailers...

If Tony Soprano tells christopher to bump someone off, is Tony guilty of a crime?

Look at all these little mailing companies popping up just using click redirects from Qckjmp.com,Azjmp.com etc. Look where all these spammers have their images hosted at?? hostimages.net, Imgehost.com and a bunch of others. One for a while they tried to pass off as a hosting site for ebay auctions (or something) when you visited it so you wouldn't right away think it was just created for spam - which it was. It is all azoogle, but of course they have a million different names because... ummm... because they are so on the up and up????

They even own fun domains like stopmailinglist.com & Fastclck.com (fastclick really should sue them for this deception)

So maybe you like deception. Maybe you like shell games.

Like I said, great they pay, why not, they already cost you enough money, they should be able to pay to keep their giant sleaze outfit running.

I wouldn't touch them with a ten foot pole, if that is what it took to make money online, I would just stop. But if you use them, if you help them make money, don't you ever dare posting complaining about spam, because you are just getting what you deserve, too bad the rest of us have to pay for your greed.

Chet

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Old 03-19-2004, 05:02 PM   #24
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I agree with you to a small degree chet.

But comparing spam to murder...Gimme a break.

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Old 03-19-2004, 10:39 PM   #25
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Where did I compare spam to murder? Don't over-react. I just showed a relationship where one party is as guilty as the party doing the act, if you noticed i used TV characters?

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Old 04-09-2004, 10:16 PM   #26
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Hi AzoogleAds,

Does your program pay for referring other publishers and advertisers to it? If so, how much do you pay and do you offer your affiliates some sort of referral text link?
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Old 04-22-2004, 04:20 PM   #27
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Hello Alex,

Why was my account blocked, I had mailed you 3 times but I dont get a reply!

For your info my username is "funtoosh"

I hope you can resolve this issue.
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Old 04-25-2004, 10:53 PM   #28
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I've heard good things about azoogleads on the Website Publisher forums. I'll be trying them out once I have a suitable site setup.
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Old 05-13-2004, 06:06 AM   #29
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azoogleads seems good, i will try it
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Old 06-21-2004, 08:05 PM   #30
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I've been using bluetime for about a week now. I must say I am very impressed w/ how much I earned in a short time. I've never found a program w/ that much earning potential. The only problem I've had is with their website not loading.
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