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Dissapointed!

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by apprenctice, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. apprenctice

    apprenctice Newbie

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    A couple of days ago I gave away 10 licenses in the hope that someone would write an honest, unbiased review of my Youtube software. I clearly stated what the requirements were for receiving a free license.

    Everyone promised to write reviews (even the more respected members among us). To date I have not seen one damn review. When I followed up most people had excuses or just didn't reply.

    I learned my lesson. Question is, how do you go about making this work?
     
  2. SEO_Alchemy

    SEO_Alchemy Senior Member

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    You have to realize that many people who are on this forum have loads of things going on all the time, and even though they may have agreed to review it's best to give them a couple of weeks, not a couple of days. It's one thing to take a quick 10 minute break from work to check out BHW, it's another to spend a few hours testing out someone's software. That's what I would think anyway.
     
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  3. MidKnight

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    That sucks. However, before getting more upset about this, they could just be testing it still. A couple of days usually isn't enough time to use a product with the intention of reviewing. Give it a few more days, they might still be trying it out.

    Good luck man!


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  4. BigFatWallet

    BigFatWallet Power Member

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    You have to be patient mate, 24 hours isnt long enough for a lot of people to test a software and write a review, considering they would be busy with other things.
     
  5. apprenctice

    apprenctice Newbie

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    True gents. I am not the world most patient person. Hoosaaa.... I will give it a rest and hope for the best.
     
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  6. FJX

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    Hey, I'm one of the guys who agreed to try your software. The link you gave me gives me a instagram software, not Youtube. Not sure if you fixed it already..

    Anyway, I'll take a look at it and buzz you about my review.

    Don't be frustrated bro :)
     
  7. Mr Cracker

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    Patience saves headaches and causes less stress. Being inpatient, will get you a bad reputation along with angry customers, when you react with a negative attitude. I would suggest that you wait at least a week before raging, honestly it just makes you look like a bad person to purchase from IMO.

    Take a deep breath, wait it out. I'm sure you will get the reviews.
     
  8. dheer

    dheer Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I did not see a thread about it. The right thing to do is to make a thread about your tool in testing section and then ask member to provide feedback. works best.