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Social Multiplier 2 / Re: JLMailer, no response from Support
« on: February 17, 2017, 09:06:33 AM »

PM me your ticket number or email address and I'll go take a look.

I've replied to the support ticket about this.

Ask Jon A Question / Re: have not received my account
« on: February 08, 2017, 07:24:52 AM »
Ted has just replied to the support ticket.

iNeedArticles / Re: Customer service rep not responding for over a week!
« on: February 08, 2017, 07:24:05 AM »

You got what you paid for. You don't like it, too bad.

Try giving instructions in future orders, wherever you place them. You'll find it's more effective than expecting a writer to be a mind reader.

Your attempt to blame everyone and anyone but *yourself* for not getting what you wanted (but didn't communicate to anyone) is seriously misguided.

You are not getting a credit. This thread is now locked.

iNeedArticles / Re: Need Customer Support - Can't Login To INA
« on: February 08, 2017, 07:20:06 AM »

Jon's checking for you and I've responded via PM. Please give any further information via PM only.

iNeedArticles / Re: Need Customer Support - Can't Login To INA
« on: February 07, 2017, 04:21:10 PM »
I've replied to your PM.

It looks like you're simply using the wrong email to reset your password.

Try a reset on the email I've PM'ed you. If it doesn't work let me know by PM.

iNeedArticles / Re: Customer service rep not responding for over a week!
« on: February 06, 2017, 05:58:57 AM »
We do offer quality and we offer differing levels of quality.

But what we don't offer is "if you just don't happen to like it you can have your money back".

Without a single word of instruction from you, why would you think a writer could read your mind and know what you had hoped for?

You say the article insults the reader. It doesn't - that's your take on it.

We asked you specifically what you felt were grammar mistakes. You didn't answer that question.

All you did was talk about not liking the article.

Let me be crystal clear about this. We don't offer that as part of the service and will not be doing so. If the article fails to fulfill the brief given, we credit.

In this case you didn't even submit a brief.

iNeedArticles / Re: Need Customer Support - Can't Login To INA
« on: February 06, 2017, 05:47:35 AM »
If you PM me your details I'll check what's happened for you. Don't send your details publicly.

iNeedArticles / Re: Customer service rep not responding for over a week!
« on: February 04, 2017, 04:38:02 AM »
Hello Don,

With we don't automatically credit the cost of an article just because a customer (or intermediary) doesn't like it. The article is checked to see whether it's appropriate for the price you paid, taking into account the keyword and instructions you provided.

The article you requested had a specific keyword, which has been followed in the article. You gave no instructions of any kind - I can only assume that was to save on the extra fee, but of course I'm guessing as to your reason.

Where no instructions are given the writers will use their best guess as to what you might  want. There's no other way they can deal with such a request.

I've read the article again.  Your specific complaint on the helpdesk was
how do I reject the one that was written as it is not what I would like to have

Since you provided no instructions, the writers can only estimate what you would like to have.

You followed up your complaint with this reason
The article is insulting to people right off the start by saying their place is messy, and it sounds like it is written by a grade school student, the fact it has errors in grammar from 4-5 star writer is wrong… Not all cleaners are walking in with big expensive machines, this is for a home cleaning business…

Your keyword was
advantages of using a professional home cleaner

These are bespoke articles and once delivered the work has already been done. We don't - and won't - refund an article just because you don't like the result. That is not what we offer.

If an article does not follow your instructions, or is badly written, we'll credit the cost back to your account.

In this case you gave no instructions and the article is *not* badly written. The fact is you don't like it because it's not what you had in mind. That's the reason we give the option to add instructions.

Without specific instructions the writers have to be allowed the freedom to interpret a request.

There is nothing about your order that justifies a credit.

Your point about "customer service" opinion ignores the fact that clients can - and often are - unreasonable in their expectations.

It has nothing to do with which opinion is more important.

It's everything to do with what was ordered. The writers are not mind readers.

We value the customers of and will always credit the cost of an article where it's justified.  For the price you pay for articles we believe it offers the best combination of price, value and quality.

This is not an article which justifies a credit.

Ask Jon A Question / Re: Buy extra Keyword Titan credits?
« on: February 03, 2017, 11:50:45 AM »
I've responded to Jon about this.

I don't think we can implement a fully integrated additional credit system within the next week or two. The coding has to be done right and that would take time.

But we might be able to do a manual system that gives the same result for anyone who is desperate for some extra credits.

Jon's considering what I've said and one of us will update this thread in a bit.

Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Social Monetize Me (SMM) with php 7
« on: January 17, 2017, 11:10:08 AM »
I'm attaching a link to an updated version which should run correctly (if it doesn't I'll punish our coder!)

Download it from here:

Social Multiplier 2 / Re: SM2 Error message
« on: January 16, 2017, 06:03:33 AM »
I think this is fixed in the latest version so please update from your Wordpress admin panel.

If it persists, let us know.

Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Best PLR recommendations ??
« on: December 17, 2016, 08:33:48 AM »

yes, you can install and run Social Multiplier on as many machines as you own personally. You can't let anyone else us it, it's for your own personal use. But there is no limit how many machines (including VPS) that you install it on.

As to question 1, you *can* do that but it may not be the most effective way to pin.  Jon pins from a single Pinterest account to a single end domain in a specific niche. Targeting your boards, keywords and therefore traffic to match your actual site gives better conversions.

If you were pinning to lots of differenct niches you'll confuse your followers.

The results we get back are dictated by the Amazon product advertising API.

Once you've set a category and supplied a keyword, Amazon dictates what is sent back. I don't know whether it is possible to emulate  the same results as a browser search on Amazon. I'll certainly discuss this with the coder, but I can't guarantee

a) what's possible and
b) how fast!

Social Multiplier 2 / Re: Your Morning Laugh...
« on: December 17, 2016, 08:23:15 AM »
Funny post, but let's be logical, Captain....

What you have described (small numbers, yes) is an effect that powers the snowball effect. Let's call it dilithium crystallization, shall we? :D

If you pin images, your images *can* be seen whether you are a featured pinner or not. And if people like your pins, they might follow you.  Or......

they might even be using Social Multiplier to find users to follow............. :D

But....with Social Multiplier you will end up with followers and therefore traffic for free. If you only got followers from the people you follow, the numbers might stay low.

You can also get followers when people see pins you pin and ------ drumroll please ------ any pins of yours that other people have pinned/repinned/liked.

You can think of it as MLM if you like. If you sign up 3 friends (you have got 3 friends, right? I haven't so I never got into MLM) and each of those signs up 3 friends, you'll have a network of a gazillion in a month.

I'm joking a bit there, of course, but the principle is kind of the same.

Anyone who pins your pin is exposing that pin to all the people they reach. Of those, if a few also pin your pins that reaches even more new people.

Snowball effect.  Also known as the multiverse. Your pins can exist in multiple realities all at the same time.....the possible number of pins reaching people you can't (on your own) can be HUGE. And best of all it diversifies the pinning to your site(s) across a large number of users - making it safer than trying to pin that same number of pins all by yourself.

And it could start before you've ever followed anyone. Whether those 2 followers are, shall we say, genuine Pinterest people or other marketers trying to entice people to follow them, who knows?

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