Notice that my comment was in the past tense. I have no idea if it's more valuable now then it was then. It's likely that it could have gone either way or maintained value. Since I haven't tested it recently, I do not know for sure.
You purchased one for June 6, 2009. Back then, we reached 98,000 members. Today, we still charge the same price ($5) but deliver much more.
This is correct. I'm simply making a statement advising people of the variables associated with such a marketing technique. I am not, in any way, attempting to imply anything otherwise.
That is the nature of this kind of marketing and is beyond control.
True. Making $5 is extremely simple. However, if someone was to make a 5$ investment on your 'Email Blast' they would expect to make at least $5 from traffic resulting only from the aforementioned service in order for it to be valuable or worthwhile. Therefore if you make the $5 investment and earn say, $3 from traffic arriving directly as a result of the blast, then it was not worth it.
It doesn't take much luck or effort to make $5.
There is no way to say that every position is valuable since they are ordered randomly. Every single e-mail sent could have my proxy at, or near, the bottom, or even hidden somewhere in the middle where most people wouldn't be likely to see it. I'm only trying to explore the vast flaws with any sort of service like this, not only yours.
Every position on the list is valuable. Every group is sent the same list of proxies, some groups just see them a different order.
It would take me a while to explain, and it's not really appropriate for me to express my thoughts on your website here in public. :)
I saw the inaccurate comments posted above and I responded for the purpose of setting the record straight. What problem do you have with Proxy.org?
Rest assured, it's nothing personal and my earlier comments in this thread were also not meant to be personal.
Just approaching it all from a business-perspective.