Solo ad query: Do solo ad vendors sell unique clicks or non-unique clicks?+PayPal dispute

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Do solo ad vendors sell unique clicks or non-unique clicks?

Most solo ad advertisements just say "100 Clicks".

Also, since my solo ad vendor did not specify previously whether I'd receive unique or non unique clicks (i was assuming normally it would be unique clicks) shall I have a case with Paypal? He delivered more than 100 total clicks but half of those were non unique clicks.

Lastly, does click refer to clicking a link on the email swipe or clicking to open the email?

Thanks in advance for your reply!
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonFoong
    1) Solo ad vendors normally deliver unique clicks.

    2) Try discussing with your vendor again before having a case with Paypal. Ask him to deliver the remaining clicks.

    3) For your last question , click refers to clicking the link inside the email swipe.



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    • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
      Thanks for the detailed response Jason.

      Originally Posted by JasonFoong View Post

      2) Try discussing with your vendor again before having a case with Paypal. Ask him to deliver the remaining clicks.

      I have. I ordered the clicks 6 days ago. And contacted him numerous times with his promise that they'd be delivered.

      He delivered 71 in 6 days. That's pretty bad IMO...
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonFoong
    Really bad.. I normally get my clicks completed from sellers in 1-2 days.

    How about the quality of the clicks? Were they converting?



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    • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
      Originally Posted by JasonFoong View Post

      Really bad.. I normally get my clicks completed from sellers in 1-2 days.

      How about the quality of the clicks? Were they converting?



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      The conversion rate is very low. only 9 opt-ins and 0 sales. But I think that could also be cause of my opt-in page not being very enticing.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjaysen70
    Yeah most solo ad vendors are legit and want you as a customer to be satisfied. So they sell unique clicks. If this vendor isn't giving you the results you want, or he is delivering crap, then you might want to just eat it on the cost and move on to the next one. It's not worth your time and negative energy to get all up in arms over it.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
      Originally Posted by tjaysen70 View Post

      Yeah most solo ad vendors are legit and want you as a customer to be satisfied. So they sell unique clicks. If this vendor isn't giving you the results you want, or he is delivering crap, then you might want to just eat it on the cost and move on to the next one. It's not worth your time and negative energy to get all up in arms over it.
      Do you think my case is weak with PayPal?
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonFoong
    That's a really low number of opt-ins from 71 clicks. Maybe his traffic is from some safelist source.


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    • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
      Originally Posted by JasonFoong View Post

      That's a really low number of opt-ins from 71 clicks. Maybe his traffic is from some safelist source.
      I thought it was because my opt-in page was really bad.
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      • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
        Originally Posted by TheEliteWarrior View Post

        I thought it was because my opt-in page was really bad.
        So, if you consider (know?) your optin page being REALLY BAD... why are you thinking about taking it to Paypal? Instead of working on YOUR own optin page?
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        • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
          Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

          So, if you consider (know?) your optin page being REALLY BAD... why are you thinking about taking it to Paypal? Instead of working on YOUR own optin page?

          I have started another thread to seek feedback for my opt-in page already last week.

          As for this solo ad vendor, I did find some complaints about him delivering less than his promised # of clicks. Also, it's not the number of subscribers that I'm focusing this thread on but the number of clicks.
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  • Profile picture of the author dlane1987
    Solo ad vendors will just send an email they can not guarentee it gets received or opened not sure about them
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  • Profile picture of the author getrichinfo
    but the thing is the solo ad vendor didn even send the agreed amount of clicks. let alone the opt-in rate. ask for refund or give that guy few more days?
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    • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
      Originally Posted by getrichinfo View Post

      but the thing is the solo ad vendor didn even send the agreed amount of clicks. let alone the opt-in rate. ask for refund or give that guy few more days?

      I filed a Paypal dispute. But I've read that paypal doesn't resolve digital sales/services.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    Every solo ad that i have ever bought has been unique clicks

    It should say on their sales page anyway

    If you can try to give them your own swipe email because that way you can make sure people are interested in what your free offer is about

    Otherwise they may send a "blind" email to their list just to get you lots of clicks fast but this is NOT what you want, you want qualified people only coming to your squeeze page that already know what they will get if they opt in

    Doing this will increase your opt in rate and also increase the profitability of your campaigns

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    • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
      Originally Posted by paul nicholls View Post

      If you can try to give them your own swipe email because that way you can make sure people are interested in what your free offer is about
      He had sent my own email swipe
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelplies
    how much did you pay for 100 clicks?
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    • Profile picture of the author TheEliteWarrior
      Originally Posted by michaelplies View Post

      how much did you pay for 100 clicks?

      ....USD$40
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  • Profile picture of the author jsonjylee
    Originally Posted by TheEliteWarrior View Post

    Do solo ad vendors sell unique clicks or non-unique clicks?

    Most solo ad advertisements just say "100 Clicks".

    Also, since my solo ad vendor did not specify previously whether I'd receive unique or non unique clicks (i was assuming normally it would be unique clicks) shall I have a case with Paypal? He delivered more than 100 total clicks but half of those were non unique clicks.

    Lastly, does click refer to clicking a link on the email swipe or clicking to open the email?

    Thanks in advance for your reply!
    Solo ads usually provide unique clicks. You can ask your vendor for a report about the clicks you purchased and most of them will gladly send you one. I don't think you can have a case with Paypal. What I would suggest you to do is stop using that vendor and find someone else. Before purchasing any ads do query the vendor and check his testimonials first a good vendor will have a lot of good testimonials and as a rule I will only buy 100 clicks at a time just to try out. If i'm satisfied I'll purchase anothe 100 clicks. its safer that way
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