hyperstarter wrote:Not to stick up for Backercamp (I'm nothing to do with them and don't represent them) BUT surely if the campaign owner is paying them X amount and seeing X number of leads generated, isn't that what counts? I also thought BC didn't get so involved in FB ads compared to say FT, Jellop, Command Partners...
If the campaign owner isn't in charge of pixel tracking and/or Google Analytics to track hits and conversions then that's a big problem.
Also, I'm noticing perhaps a conflict of interest with your posts, as you're providing similar services yourself.
Before you gave a breakdown of why we shouldn't use Funded Today, today it's all about Backer Camp...who's next? *gulp*
It's all fair and well to state this company are rubbish or that company aren't great, but if you're in this field yourself now it's not constructive to complain about your competitors in a public forum.
You might be right (wih free speech n' all), but I can't think of the long term benefits. You're coming across perhaps as a bit grumpy, but I've loved your comments so far on campaigns and what owners should be doing.
hyperstarter wrote:"awwww. look at you. lets go through your awesome replies." Sarcastic much? That's all you had to say to me get an idea of the way you'll be marketing yourself - well done.
Flter wrote:We were thinking about going with Backer Camp but over email they didn't seem too helpful and wanted us to pay before really speaking with us. We have a similar experience with a PR company that we will be writing about shortly.
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lowkey wrote:Flter wrote:We were thinking about going with Backer Camp but over email they didn't seem too helpful and wanted us to pay before really speaking with us. We have a similar experience with a PR company that we will be writing about shortly.
everytime. every, fuking, time. lets make them feel miserable.