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If you don't get a sale everyday is it a shave or just no one purchased it?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Roparadise, May 12, 2013.

  1. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    On one IM forum there are dozens of posts a day about people complaining cause they got 2 sales yesterday and no sale today and they claim its shaving. Is it really an indication of shaving or just someone used a link from someone else to purchase the premium membership or no one went from that person's links to buying membership.
     
  2. PandaDomo

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    Just missing a sale or two doesn't really qualify as "shaving"...it happens sometimes.
     
  3. ShadeDream

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    When I buy shaving products I go for something like Gillette Mach 3 Turbo. It lasts for quite some time, so there's no need for me to go out and buy more the next day. The next day I wet my face, put some foam on, and then shave. Works really well. But I obviously buy before I shave, otherwise how can I shave without a product to shave.

    The Mach 3 Turbo looks like this:

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    So after the shave my face feels good to the touch:

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    So to answer your question, yes it's shaving. You buy the product today and shave tomorrow.
     
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    One or Two is not enough to judge it, if you were getting more it is defiantly easier to spot. Clickbank dose it all the time, 5/6 sales a day then nothing for 3days. Dose my head in, but they have a good product that suits my niche.
     
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    now im lost

     
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    Create your own products to avoid your dilemma.
     
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    Lets pretend you "think" you're supposed to have "your" 2 sales a day. Thats 60 sales a month. Statisticly its pretty obvious you will have some 3 sale days, some 4 sale days etc.. and yes even 0 sale days.
     
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    No, sometimes this happens
     
  10. KeyzDT

    KeyzDT Power Member

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    whats your average sale a day? you need a big sample to determine what is "normal" for you. 6 months to a year of daily activity will give you a good average.

    if your not averaging 2 sales a day then its probably not a shave.
     
  11. Roparadise

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    OMG, I was on wj and still 90% of the posts in some of the file hosts threads are about "shaving", being scammed,frozen stats. They are total noobs at PPD/PPS, they complain about files being deleted in mass but not willing to either upgrade their internet or rent a dedi/vps/rdp to handle deleted files.


    If you ask a serious question on that site, no one replies as they are to busy making posts about being "scammed".
     
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