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« Reply #50 on: June 06, 2018, 17:10 »
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Revenue is so closely linked to position in search.

Actually it's opposite.

Open separate accounts in your dogs name ?

I'm tired of doing that but yes it works.
I was so good, that I could give you perfect newbie strategy for maximizing your sales by recycling your existing portfolio and an information how long your newbie "honeymoon" will last.

As I already said before:
"All of you are probably interested in an answer is it possible to beat their machine to get more income with less work instead opposite?
From everything I learned so far the answer is Yes but a) it is not legal, b) it can't be done permanently, c) it is complicated/time consuming
If you want to play legal I think you will have better chances in a casino."


« Reply #51 on: June 06, 2018, 17:15 »
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It actually started out as a joint venture with the CIA several years ago to undermine the stock market. After the CIA realized they had the wrong stock market they backed out but failed to remove the infrastructure for the devious plan.

Trivia: Do you know that Hollywood's biggest problem is finding a good scriptwriter?

« Reply #52 on: June 06, 2018, 17:19 »
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There's a much simpler explanation: Poisson clumping.


How about the Theory of uncertainty?

« Reply #53 on: June 06, 2018, 17:27 »
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Every time I had bigger sales, next day onwards sales have drastically declined. I believe, they are controlling our revenues.

What you are saying is that your next day sales are normal and, from time to time, you have a big sale (which is also part of the "normal").
 ;D

Type of licence can't be controlled by machine in advance. Buyer is first searching for an image and when he or she find the right one he will decide will it be 30+ cents or 100+ dollars. If it is a big sale from the algorithm point of view that sale is a deviation in revenue and it will be averaged by low sales in the following period.

Friendly advice: Zero IQ is a better nickname.

« Reply #54 on: June 06, 2018, 17:38 »
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The explanation is not "random" at all. It is simple and logical.
A big sale = a spike.
A spike is a spike only when it stands out of the normal trend, being preceded and followed by normal and obviously lower sales.

By theory of probability big sale is not related anyhow to your other sales unless they come from the same buyer which is rarely the case for a people with a lot of sales every day. So big sale is actually a random event (so true by any means) and there is no reason for unrelated sales to decline immediately after the big sale. Unfortunately that is the case which is important proof that revenue is controlled for most of the contributors.

« Reply #55 on: June 06, 2018, 17:47 »
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What is obvious can't be denied, but too much trolls here.
Se ya next year.

« Reply #56 on: June 06, 2018, 17:59 »
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As I understand it the big ticket items are often found by SS staff for big account holders much easier to manipulate that that playing with a super complex algorithm and hiding contributors from buyers and risking losing them because they can't find content.


It's also silly to assume that they would control it on an individual basis, I'd imagine that if they are manipulating it then it's pretty automated.
It may be silly but there are some high earners who don't report this happening.....

« Reply #57 on: June 07, 2018, 07:30 »
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By theory of probability big sale is not related anyhow to your other sales unless they come from the same buyer which is rarely the case for a people with a lot of sales every day. So big sale is actually a random event (so true by any means) and there is no reason for unrelated sales to decline immediately after the big sale. Unfortunately that is the case which is important proof that revenue is controlled for most of the contributors.

As much as I enjoy circular reasoning in general, I would like to point out that probability theory does not assign probabilities to events, independent or otherwise. It only tells us what happens if [insert your favorite postulate here].

« Reply #58 on: June 07, 2018, 08:58 »
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As I understand it the big ticket items are often found by SS staff for big account holders much easier to manipulate that that playing with a super complex algorithm and hiding contributors from buyers and risking losing them because they can't find content.


It's also silly to assume that they would control it on an individual basis, I'd imagine that if they are manipulating it then it's pretty automated.
It may be silly but there are some high earners who don't report this happening.....

Yeah, got a 3 digits sale 2 days ago, followed by another large two digits sale yesterday!

Friendly advice: Zero IQ is a better nickname.

It looks like the "controlled revenue system" has some glitches, since massive sales can be followed by massive sales the very next day  :P

Another possible theory is that the "controlled revenue system" favors those with Zero Talent and/or Zero IQ  ;D
« Last Edit: June 07, 2018, 09:51 by Zero Talent »


 

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