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Two services I have bought in the past month have disappeared and my own have too though I have been actively signing in and they have all had recent sales.
Could some be reporting the wrong sellers and having them removed?
The moderator checks the SEOClerks Marketplace daily and will remove any service that contains a logo. You have Spotify logos; you may want to fix that.
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I didn’t know that you have to be clean with your profile when in the marketplace and even a logo can cause your offer to be deleted. Maybe that is a good policy to prevent abuse of spamming that a member cannot be having ads on his posts and also on his profile which is a good practice for business dealings.
Okay the plot thickens lol One of my jobs that was taken down just came back a minute ago.
SEOClerk are one of the world biggest marketplace. If you get your service as a disappear you have to understand that SEOClerk is not allowing that service on this marketplace. So without a question to change the service will be a clever decision.
SEOclerk is one of the world biggest marketplace and I am happy by working on here.
It's the same jobs I have sold since last year and others sell them too. I just want to know if something changed. I bought a twitter job and couldn't send the seller my Twitter handle either because the site keeps blocking me saying it's an email. I was beginning to think I was hacked.
I actually buy a lot more than I sell on here and hate to see all that go away
I added the logos because I can't use the word Spotify in any of the titles or descriptions or it's suddenly blocked for Spam. All the jobs I buy from others with Spotify in the title are gone too and I can't find them in search. People I have been buying from for months. Are we not going to be allowed to sell Spotify services anymore?
If I recall correctly, I think the same thing happened a while ago with people providing YouTube related services. Now, if there were any updates I missed them, and I'm basing this on nothing more than a hunch, but it could be that Spotify could have changed their policies somehow, and SEOClerks has had to start removing services so as to avoid legal trouble. I think the same thing could have happened with the YouTube services. If people were providing some sort of service that goes against YouTube/Google's policies, SEOClerks obviously didn't want to be held responsible if any sort of legal trouble should arise.
That is my guess too. I wish they'd just give us a heads up. I read Spotify's TOS to verify what I do isn't against it. I don't need to be sued.
I only sell a list of URL's to collaborative playlists. Anyone can find them all over the web if they have hours to devote to it every week.
I am charging buyers for my time it takes to compile the list.
It's artificially increasing plays or building up a playlist with Followers and then selling it off they frown upon.
I only have one service that I offer. I tried to offer another service but it disappeared. I don't know why. It wasn't Spotify and it wasn't YouTube. I didn't bother to ask why. Since I'm kind of new to this I accepted that the service was removed and was thankful that my other service is allowed. But it would be nice IF when your service was deleted that there was some reason given. When it disappears like that you really don't know what to think.