What I /We Need
I've been a netline/revresponse "member" for a long time, and I've just often hit the wall in frustration, and in fact still do, which has caused us to basically give up on what should be a perfect match between revresponse and us. I figured I'd try to offer some constructive criticism about what WE need to be full participants (and lucrative ones) in this process. Some of the below are almost mandatory for us, and some are less so. First, keep in mind that we know what we can earn from our net real estate, and we know how much work each option involves, and ANYTHING that requires extensive hassles or frustration gets binned, because we have other less hassle options. 1) An integrated interface all in one place that allows us to do what we can now, PLUS allow us to select specific pubs to use in a customized way. Allow us to choose, let's say 4-10 pubs that get displayed in rotation (for example, I have a site on performance appraisals, and there are about 4 or 5 offerings that are just perfect. But it's not convenient to generate (or even remember where) to generate the code. 2) Full color options (a la google adsense) 3) Reporting of IMPRESSIONS. Revresponse seems to be the only program I can find that doesn't report impressions and CTR. That makes it impossible to optimize, and that means we can't use you much. 4) Simply and stay simplified, and get rid of multiple domains and sites, multiple levels of participation and so on. 5) More ad sizes (although the selection is pretty good now). Did I say SIMPLIFY, and more EASY OPTIONS? After years in the program, and seeing the recent changes, I have to be honest. I don't believe you guys are actually going to be able to do the changes, since you have had years to do some of this, but I've hung in there because I'm convinced that if you DO this stuff, and we stick with you, there's a very powerful fit for us. You've got a great idea, a great payout, and an absolutely horrible implementation system. I'm sure I have more beefs and suggestions, but they escape me for the moment.
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