What to avoid when promoting yourself with our techniques

What to avoid when promoting yourself with our techniques

  • Let’s say we do a positive review for your product or service in a well targeted subreddit. If someone posts a comment that you’d like to reply to, be it negative or positive, do not reply with “a company account”. Most likely, you’ll immediately get called out that you’ve incited the thread yourself, otherwise how would you have known about it? You can however answer everything one day later, that’s a more realistic time-frame.
  • Do not use bots to upvote threads that we’ve also been upvoting. From our FAQ: When we detect bot activity, we stop working immediately and there’s no refund as credit. You’re putting our accounts at risk, and most likely you’ll get caught anyway, especially on Snapzu, Reddit and Hacker News.
  • Do not buy too many upvotes for a small subreddit. Exceptions might be when you do it for SEO, or when you’re trying to get to the top of the year (/r/subreddit/top/?t=year). When we consider that you bought too many upvotes, we’ll probably provide them slower than usual, sometimes even drip them during 48 or 72 hours. If this is still not enough, we will refund you in credit for the actions that were not provided.
  • Do not buy too few upvotes on big subreddits.
  • Do not buy too few downvotes for competing posts in subreddits that get a lot of new threads each hour. Aim for a ratio of at least 3 downvotes on competing posts for every upvote to yours.
  • If you get negative feedback from redditors on your post/s, don’t be sad or demoralized about it. Instead, be happy that you’ve received feedback which can lead to improvements. Always keep adapting!
  • Don’t promote link posts that sell something, unless done in subreddits which exist precisely for this purpose (/r/ImSavingUpForThis/, /r/shutupandtakemymoney/, /r/BuyItForLife/, …). Another idea would be to /r/AskReddit “what is the best X you’ve ever bought?“, then make sure that the top comment leads to your product. Of course, both the question and the subreddit choice need to be more subtle than that.
  • If you want to be the one posting something, while we only upvote it and downvote the competition, make sure to actually post it during our working schedule. Also, use a fast payment method like Nano, Paypal or ETH with average fee! It’s best to have us do the posts as well though, because that way we can always ensure that actions start getting delivered as soon as they’re up. This leads to a less suspicious and more effective process. You can find our managed marketing packages in this category.
  • Don’t forget to write at “Additional Information”, during checkout, what you actually want to be done with the actions that you’re buying. You’d be amazed to find out that even to this day, 1 out of 18 people forget this, and they have to contact us afterwards through email or Skype in order to complete the order request.
  • Avoid asking us to promote pages that could look spammy if a potential customer is sent directly to them, or they’re harder to promote because they’re the last step in your sales funnel. For example, instead of buying Managed Traffic for your website’s main page, you’d be better off having us promote a landing page that eases the reader into your products, explaining why you have the upper hand over the competition, or one of your blog articles.
  • Avoid under-promoting, or over-promoting. Do you want to promote a new PlayStation game? Over-promote then! Success will cost a lot of money, and it means Successful Product Launch initially (which costs double for games), plus a custom monthly package discussed with us during a Strategy Consultation. Do you want to promote a homeopathic pill (scam)? Under-promote then, in this case you could even go for a 0$ budget because promoting trash rarely works anymore. If you’re replying “But I’ve seen such pills promoted in the past!”… that was probably on PornHub; we usually go for more intelligent markets with websites like Reddit, Quora and Hacker News.

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