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  • edited 30 June 2015 at 8:32PM
    canterswestcanterswest Forumite
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    edited 30 June 2015 at 8:32PM
    This article reads like a load of very old tips hopelessly regurgitated as desperate link bait.

    Is Martin Lewis short of a click through target for his deferred £27 million payment?

    http://corporate.moneysupermarket.com/news/releases/2012-06-01.aspx
  • HerbalusHerbalus Forumite
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    This article reads like a load of very old tips hopelessly regurgitated as desperate link bait.

    Is Martin Lewis short of a click through target for his deferred £27 million payment?

    http://corporate.moneysupermarket.com/news/releases/2012-06-01.aspx

    I wouldn't be so cynical. Plus you'll note the part of the deal where the £27m is due subject to "non-financial metrics". How would revenue-generating clicks be non financial?
  • edited 1 July 2015 at 6:25AM
    canterswestcanterswest Forumite
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    edited 1 July 2015 at 6:25AM
    Thank you for your reply, but I did not mean clicks to buy that generate income. I meant clicks that signify engagement with the site. The article was just so obviously written with that in mind, at least it read that way to me. It certainly isn't news because it has all been written before numerous times.

    If I am wrong and Martin Lewis has met his engagement metrics and his £27m is in the bag, then the site can reply and say so and I will apologise for being incorrect.
  • nokandunokandu Forumite
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    Always complain (in pleasant manner).No matter how small.Bought two books on Tescos 2 for £7 offer .Charged £7.70.Pointed it out to them.tesco say the books should not have been in the offer.Refunded £1.If my hourly rate generated this amount of income for something as quick I'd be happy
  • nokandu wrote: »
    Always complain (in pleasant manner).No matter how small.Bought two books on Tescos 2 for £7 offer .Charged £7.70.Pointed it out to them.tesco say the books should not have been in the offer.Refunded £1.If my hourly rate generated this amount of income for something as quick I'd be happy



    Happy with a pound an hour ?
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