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quote:
Originally posted by Marva18:
I heard they were advertising on some site
called ebay.com

eBay? Whats that?
hmm I'll have to go check them out.

I think you're right, whose gonna see them there? hmmm...

haha, im surprised as they are a rising "competitor" with eBay?
Who knows.

Nice rebound today tho, whoever sold yesturday and jumped back in this AM, congrats!


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quote:
Originally posted by Meshoe45:
eBay? Whats that?
hmm I'll have to go check them out.

I think you're right, whose gonna see them there? hmmm...

haha, im surprised as they are a rising "competitor" with eBay?
Who knows.

Nice rebound today tho, whoever sold yesturday and jumped back in this AM, congrats!


they may have presented themselves as a raffle site to ebay and not a competitor... I don't think that they're really competition for each other anyway... not directly, anyhow.


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Funny, don't you think they would have mentioned ebay in their PR?
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Does anyone know where the banners were for the minimal advertising campaign? Apparently they picked some pretty effective places, since they had much more traffic/interest than anticipated.
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quote:
Originally posted by pharmdman:
Does anyone know where the banners were for the minimal advertising campaign? Apparently they picked some pretty effective places, since they had much more traffic/interest than anticipated.

Where did you find the ad on ebay.com. I dont see it anywhere


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I sold small amount yesterday at .169 and got back in this morning at .112. I was trying for .105, but it kept rising as fast as I could do calculations and place oreders. I'm now up to a whopping 9200 shares. lol

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quote:
Originally posted by denzen:
I sold small amount yesterday at .169 and got back in this morning at .112. I was trying for .105, but it kept rising as fast as I could do calculations and place oreders. I'm now up to a whopping 9200 shares. lol

dz


I beat you! .111 hahaha

I know Keith before u respond you got .146

You beat us all.


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quote:
Originally posted by stocksrgoingup:
Where did you find the ad on ebay.com. I dont see it anywhere

I didn't, stocksr... Marva18 did... I was just commenting on Meshoe45's question about why ebay would allow the competition to advertise..

I went looking for it on ebay too, and I couldn't find it either...


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out again, I'll be back......
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Hey, I was just kidding about advertising on ebay.
They would have to pay thru the nose before ebay allows that.
getting on Yahoo will cost a pretty penny.

hopefully soon they will be awarded funds for their Homeland Security patches.
Plus don't forget, they've been profitable for 2 straight quarters.
And they've expanded on their telemarketing company with an aquisition.


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I see a pop in the late pm as peps try to get onboard for the ad results on Monday.
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If you are not in get in now and don't look till Monday (or longer if you want) Remember the Markets are close tomorrow. RIP President Reagan Sir.
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LOL.. you had me buying it, Marva! ...
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Anyone in here live in Charleston, SC and want to go have a drink and forget about this thing for a while?
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I found something interesting...if you go to yahoo and type the word "raffle" or "lottery", you get prizewise listed at the top of their "sponsored sites" which is located at the bottom of the web page (scroll down and you will see what I mean!). Yes folks! It says "sponsored"...as Prizewise having to pay them. I'm assuming this is what they meant by minimal advertising. You get the same results in google (to your right hand side)except that they do not show up as one of their sponsors when typing the word "lottery".
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quote:
Originally posted by CuriousBull:
I found something interesting...if you go to yahoo and type the word "raffle" or "lottery", you get prizewise listed at the top of their "sponsored sites" which is located at the bottom of the web page (scroll down and you will see what I mean!). Yes folks! It says "sponsored"...as Prizewise having to pay them. I'm assuming this is what they meant by minimal advertising. You get the same results in google (to your right hand side)except that they do not show up as one of their sponsors when typing the word "lottery".


Yes they are probably doing PPCs (pay per clicks) which target specific keywords.

Whats the deal with this thing just a huge sell off and then maybe something this afternoon towards closing? I would assume that monday there is goingto be some type of good news about the results of their advertising.


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Wake up folks, she's trying to break loose. This should be an interesting final hour. Any level 2's ?
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quote:
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Wake up folks, she's trying to break loose. This should be an interesting final hour. Any level 2's ?

Anyone got some bolt cutters? We want it to break loose

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Come ooooooon, I need to get back to .18 NOW!
LOL

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Nothing is happening.....so much for an exciting final hour. My CMKX is down, too, it's rainig cats and dogs outside, not a good day. Anybody care to cheer me up?
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quote:
Originally posted by Money_Penny:
Nothing is happening.....so much for an exciting final hour. My CMKX is down, too, it's rainig cats and dogs outside, not a good day. Anybody care to cheer me up?

Your stocks won't drop lower tomorrow

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quote:
Originally posted by Money_Penny:
... Anybody care to cheer me up?

I will.... you don't have my luck this week!.. that should certainly cheer you up!...


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I just sat there and watched those @sshole MMs walk that price down over the last 4 minutes... I knew it was coming just from watching the L2s... i'm both envious and furious at the same time!
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quote:
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I just sat there and watched those @sshole MMs walk that price down over the last 4 minutes... I knew it was coming just from watching the L2s... i'm both envious and furious at the same time!

true dat


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Buy on rumor, sell on news. Lots of people sold today, and the longs should be in for a rough ride the next few days. But the believers will stay in.
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quote:
Originally posted by Booty Quest:
true dat

I can only imagine the string of foul words and gutteral sounds that spewed forth from your lips!... If they were 1/10 as bad as mine, then you said a mouthful!


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quote:
Originally posted by roger7485:
Buy on rumor, sell on news. Lots of people sold today, and the longs should be in for a rough ride the next few days. But the believers will stay in.

Why didn't you post yesterday?


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Where are you guys at...did you miss the news today?

Tobin Smith to Appear Weekly on `Corporate Strategies with Tim Connolly'
3:42 p.m. 06/10/2004 Provided By PrimeZone


Editor of ChangeWave Investing to Start 'Rant of the Week' This Sunday at 9:15 pm EDT
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excellent news.....does this make for a very nice monday?
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Looks like a good Monday

[This message has been edited by roger7485 (edited June 10, 2004).]


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I finally had my first PrizeWise sighting on www.iwon.com - I tried this morning after not being able to see it on there at all (edit spelling) yesterday... boom! first shot today, there was PW...

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This is pretty funny, people auctioning off prizewise tickets on ebay, that would be an excellent advertising effort...
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=1306&item=2250385175&rd=1

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We've gone up almost 10 straight session and we were due for a slight setback. Many of the investors, who bought in 3-7 cent range, cashed in their profits which caused the share price to decline. For those of us still standing strong, there is still plenty of profitability ahead. I plan on listening to Steve this Sunday and I hope you will do the same. It is obvious PrizeWise share price is bound to rise, check out their new tab http://www.prizewise.com/invest.asp called invest. Anyone who goes to this site will be intrigued to invest. The share price hasn’t been updated to reflect yesterday’s close, but with the 1,000’s of people visiting the site each day, you can only imagine the possibilities.
I can’t wait for Monday……….

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That is funny! lol
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This is pretty funny, people auctioning off prizewise tickets on ebay, that would be an excellent advertising effort...
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=1306&item=2250385175&rd=1


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For those of you who are registered users on PrizeWise probably already know the following, but for those who aren't listen up...
This is a post from prizewise:
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Notice posted 6/11/2004

PrizeWise has had almost 200,000 visitors to the site this week. By way of responding to inquiries about our servers and marketing, we have placed orders for several state of the art servers which are being installed in our colocation facility in London in 6 days. We are increasing the bandwidth available on the site 5 fold. We are preparing for the large traffic increases we expect as advertising gradually escalates. We are holding off on television advertising until we have the additional server capacity in place, while doing other advertising in moderation. Mass e-mails to iWon and Excite users begins Monday, and will continue for three weeks.
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This company will do well...this is a long term investment. If you stay long you shall be mightily rewarded. Of course, as always, be on top of all events and do your own dd.


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