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Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« on: November 29, 2011, 04:40:10 am »
See my banner below. I've done a lot of the video offers which pay only 1 cent so my earnings are quite low compared to the number of offers. It's just not a good advertising campaign when people see how many offers we've done. Saying I made >$500 is pretty good, but showing that I needed to do over 2000 offers pretty much kills the glory of it and people aren't going to be as likely to sign up.

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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2011, 05:23:16 am »
I just did a cashout and I had a lot of videos and ptcs too, and then surveys. I didn't even put my banner because it looked like the offers were ridiculous for the amount of the cashout, but for the same reason as yours. I was embarrassed tho....lol. Noone knows what offers we do, and really I don't think anyone needs to know the count! :peace:

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« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2011, 06:07:39 am »
I just did a cashout and I had a lot of videos and ptcs too, and then surveys. I didn't even put my banner because it looked like the offers were ridiculous for the amount of the cashout, but for the same reason as yours. I was embarrassed tho....lol. Noone knows what offers we do, and really I don't think anyone needs to know the count! :peace:

I defintely agree. People question me all the time on the number of offers. They always say that seems like too much work when they see how many offers I completed to get to my amount made. Hopefully, this will be taken into consideration. Thanks for bringing it up.  :thumbsup:

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Re: Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2011, 06:35:22 am »
Wow, you make a really great point there!! I never even thought about that. It definitely would be nice to not have that on there when trying to get referrals.  :thumbsup:
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Re: Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« Reply #4 on: November 29, 2011, 07:39:33 am »
You make a really good point. I never thought about it before. I have no luck getting referrals so it is not important to me but I can see where it might matter to someone trying to get referrals. It might be that the number of offers completed is for us FC members -- for our own information. We know how easy it was to complete most offers. But potentially new members will not.   :wave:

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« Reply #5 on: November 29, 2011, 09:01:49 am »
Yea I'm not a fan of the number either because people then take it upon themselves to divide the number of offers into the money made and think that's nothing which yea $25/month can be nothing but for some it pays a bill! :wave:

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Re: Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« Reply #6 on: November 29, 2011, 09:10:38 am »
Good point.  Either that, or keep the number of offers but just don't have the videos/emails/click count towards the number of offers completed.

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« Reply #7 on: November 29, 2011, 09:12:16 am »
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« Reply #8 on: November 29, 2011, 09:15:25 am »
I agree, even though it only takes a few minutes to complete each offer, it may deter the next person who is new not to keep up with it. 

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Re: Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« Reply #9 on: November 29, 2011, 09:20:19 am »
YES THEY R

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Re: Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« Reply #10 on: November 29, 2011, 09:34:19 am »
See my banner below. I've done a lot of the video offers which pay only 1 cent so my earnings are quite low compared to the number of offers. It's just not a good advertising campaign when people see how many offers we've done. Saying I made >$500 is pretty good, but showing that I needed to do over 2000 offers pretty much kills the glory of it and people aren't going to be as likely to sign up.

I completely get your point and agree.  However, from the Fusion Cash side I see the value of "full disclosure".  There are so many things on the internet now making so many promises and misleading statements.  No body likes to be fooled by a misleading statment that technically wasn't a lie.  When a person feels mislead it still leaves a bad taste and disgruntled feeling.  Someone serious about earning money will look closer and ask questions and hopefully see the value and the small amount of time while sipping morning coffee and watching the news or during a break in their favorite tv show, etc. Fusion Cash appears to have taken the "high road" and avoided the "appearance" of misleading someone.  You get a ton of referrals but if they are disgruntled or feel mislead, they can cause you more harm than they could have ever helped your buisness and earnings.  I have to give a thumbs up to Fusion Cash because they appear to be forward about who they are and how they work and do their best to not have anyone feel mislead.  Touchy business when you have so many individuals with many levels of aggressiveness and intents representing you in the world wide web.  Kudos to Fusion Cash.
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Re: Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« Reply #11 on: November 29, 2011, 09:53:41 am »
I completely get your point and agree.  However, from the Fusion Cash side I see the value of "full disclosure".  There are so many things on the internet now making so many promises and misleading statements.  No body likes to be fooled by a misleading statment that technically wasn't a lie.  When a person feels mislead it still leaves a bad taste and disgruntled feeling.  Someone serious about earning money will look closer and ask questions and hopefully see the value and the small amount of time while sipping morning coffee and watching the news or during a break in their favorite tv show, etc. Fusion Cash appears to have taken the "high road" and avoided the "appearance" of misleading someone.  You get a ton of referrals but if they are disgruntled or feel mislead, they can cause you more harm than they could have ever helped your buisness and earnings.  I have to give a thumbs up to Fusion Cash because they appear to be forward about who they are and how they work and do their best to not have anyone feel mislead.  Touchy business when you have so many individuals without many levels of aggressiveness and intents representing you in the world wide web.  Kudos to Fusion Cash.


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Re: Removing # offers completed on Payout Banner
« Reply #12 on: November 29, 2011, 12:21:26 pm »
See my banner below. I've done a lot of the video offers which pay only 1 cent so my earnings are quite low compared to the number of offers. It's just not a good advertising campaign when people see how many offers we've done. Saying I made >$500 is pretty good, but showing that I needed to do over 2000 offers pretty much kills the glory of it and people aren't going to be as likely to sign up.

I completely get your point and agree.  However, from the Fusion Cash side I see the value of "full disclosure".  There are so many things on the internet now making so many promises and misleading statements.  No body likes to be fooled by a misleading statment that technically wasn't a lie.  When a person feels mislead it still leaves a bad taste and disgruntled feeling.  Someone serious about earning money will look closer and ask questions and hopefully see the value and the small amount of time while sipping morning coffee and watching the news or during a break in their favorite tv show, etc. Fusion Cash appears to have taken the "high road" and avoided the "appearance" of misleading someone.  You get a ton of referrals but if they are disgruntled or feel mislead, they can cause you more harm than they could have ever helped your buisness and earnings.  I have to give a thumbs up to Fusion Cash because they appear to be forward about who they are and how they work and do their best to not have anyone feel mislead.  Touchy business when you have so many individuals with many levels of aggressiveness and intents representing you in the world wide web.  Kudos to Fusion Cash.

This is definitely valid. I still think the user should be able to decide how they want to display their earnings, though.

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