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This Pulser lost watchers
January 17th, 2008 by estreet

OK, this one wins in the “very annoying gallery image” category. Right after Heather48IQ.

mostdisturbingvideolisting.jpg

Their watchers are actually decreased on the last 2 days. Hmm… Each count on the x-axis is 15 minutes. This graph covers Jan 6 to Jan 15.

Most disturbing video

They have a slightly different implementation of the “force affiliate cookie” trick.¬† (update Feb 5 – I understand the official¬†term is “cookie stuffing”.)

First they entice you to click on this link:

mostdisturbingvideoentice.jpg

When you click that link, it takes you to
1. http://www.sh0pvictoriously.com/
which includes a frame of this:
2. http://robertaugustine.com/shopv/
which includes this frame:
3. mostdisturbingvideorover.jpg

Basically, you get an eBay affiliate cookie on your machine when you visit their site.

This site is kind of unique – even the stolen eBay images are unusual. Usually the 2nd tier Pulser sites are all the same.

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4 Responses  
Rod writes:
January 18th, 2008 at 10:25 am

How do you figure out the number of watchers on the auction???
Would love to know the secret. I thought that was only for the seller to view.

Rod

Rod writes:
January 18th, 2008 at 10:29 am

Never mind…I just read your previous post…thanks for the source.

Rod

auction-promotion writes:
January 20th, 2008 at 9:29 pm

Just wondering. WHY would auction watchers decrease? Also how has ebay not stomped on that affiliate cookie stuffing. Seems like with that many hits they would be stopped… Sad to see a pulse auction that is for charity using cookie stuffing :-(

PowerSeller writes:
February 25th, 2008 at 1:24 pm

Has anyone wondered how the eBay pulsers are going to survive May 2008 feedback changes? This will surely put a damper in sales of eBooks listed on eBay the traditional way…. because they risk one sided feedback, which I bet would escalate the amount of negatives. Sure they can do classifieds (where they can avoid feedback altogether), but now they might have to actually sell stuff on eBay just to get some feedback. You see, their listings won’t show if they don’t have feedback. It’s an interesting catch22.

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