- Nov 24, 2014
Fair enough and I apologize. I have to admit I jumped the gun a bit as it just seemed peculiar to pay for advertising (if I take up an account I intend to pay for it after the trial) and yet not know what kind of publishers you're appearing on.Hello BolehVPN,
If I have your permission I can paste the email communication between us. I cited privacy laws which are in multiple countries. I respect your view and would never force you to take a free service for your company. We are an advertising network. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough in that fact, if so I apologize.
I however have a little suspicion how being a lawyer in your country gives you inside knowledge on privacy laws on so many countries. I can tell you that the country which I currently reside and my home country, they are rather strict.
I'm not sure what services you're familiar with but even google will not tell you where they are publishing or information above basic demographics about the scope of their users. Facebook has come under fire in privacy laws for tracking user information for embedded logins, likes etc on sites which have their plugins installed. Privacy is a very real and legal issue.
This wasn't really the place to do this and I made clear that you were more than welcome to contact me for more information but you ignored me and come here two days later. I'm happy again if I have your permission to publish these emails from our communication.
I offered you a commitment free service, because the Dash community values you. You don't have to accept nor would I hold it against you if you so choose.
Have a great day.
Written from my HTC forgive any errors.
I guess the fundamental issue is that it's hard to buy advertising when you don't know where exactly you are buying advertising. I understand it's a free account but when I try a free account, I generally want it as a taster to the real product and if there's little chance of trying the real product, then it would be wasting everyone's time and your resources. The digital ad agencies that I have used generally disclose the major sites they'll be publishing on as a key element of their product.
I hope you consider obtaining consent from your main publishers and disclosing a bit more on the size of your ad network which I think are key metrics in any digital ad advertising agency.
I also would like to apologize again.