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"No 'Forners Allowed" -- You Ben Warned ;0)

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by RAC26, Sep 25, 2009.

  1. RAC26

    RAC26 Newbie

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    Spent half a day working on a new campaign with Traffic Vance as the key traffic source. The offer was exclusive/specific to a Euro nation. Waited a long time for approval, and finally got notice the campaign was rejected due to "Excessive Geo Targeting applied..."

    Wrote to my AM and was told they only supply USA traffic. Huh? Knowing I've run international campaigns before, I wrote back and asked, "Then why, during campaign setup, do you have Target by Country option?" Was told they developed it to include both USA and international traffic, but never got to it, and are now in the process of building it into their platform. Meantime, even though you can check off "target by country" in campaign setup, you're wasting your time. Makes you wonder what happened to all that traffic you thought was going "down under."

    I suggested TV might want to post a warning on the setup page or just make the option greyed out. :eek:
     
  2. cheesecake

    cheesecake Regular Member

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    what's a "forner" ?
     
  3. Team Zissou

    Team Zissou Registered Member

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    It's slang for 'foreigner'.
     
  4. steveinsg

    steveinsg Newbie

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    I thought everyone knew that TV only does US Traffic..?

    Anyway, agreed its a bit pointless then allowing you to tick anything other than USA.
     
  5. bl441

    bl441 Newbie

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    Of the Big 5 (TV, MediaTraffic, AdonNet, Clicksor, and Zango), who does UK and other international traffic. Obviously, TV is out.
     
  6. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    I know clicksor offers multi-national
     
  7. Southern Man

    Southern Man Newbie

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    Media Traffic offers international traffic but it is certainly less than their US traffic.

    Hugo told me that UK was second and France was third with others falling in behind.

    Cheers!
    Neal
     
  8. russell86

    russell86 Newbie

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    Clicksor support is top notch, no one in the industry can beat their customer support.
     
  9. BruceW4yne

    BruceW4yne Newbie

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    Thanks for the heads up. I'm happy with Clicksor, but I've looked at TV a couple times. Guess I'll stick with what I got ;)
     
  10. SpamRaider

    SpamRaider Registered Member

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    That may be connected to the fact they only have 10 customers ;)
     
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