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    bee hive day 6 testing

    Post by Admin on Sun Aug 24, 2014 8:02 am

    The changes have been made to the alert criteria so you should be getting a more manageable amount of alerts today , as you know when I offered the bee hive I was looking for it to alert between 6-12 alerts per day but we were still getting way more than that yesterday. We are now sending alerts in the lower price groups so vastly improving our chances of finding the winners and cutting out the longer losing runs.
    I will once we have set the alerts correctly start to offer the larger priced alerts and a bee hive pro where you would get every alert that the bee finds but that is best added once you have built confidence and a betting bank using the standard alerts.

    Good luck

    Gv John

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    Re: bee hive day 6 testing

    Post by jimmyatethefrogslegs on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:05 pm

    Fantastic John.

    Decent profit through the early alerts and the updates.

    And, whilst I'm sure on other days there will be more updates, I found it to be far more manageable today.
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    Post by Admin on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:12 pm

    Not sure what went wrong today with the bee hive alerts , it alerted 3 until around 11am and then it didnt alert anything else. For everyone who wanted the larger alerts they worked as they should without any problems. I'm going to play around with the criteria again tonight and try and get something sorted for tomorrow and at this point I have no idea if it will be fasten your seat belts busy or it may alert few or nothing at all. I'm really starting to think it may need to go back to the programmer to try and get the requirements that I need.

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    Re: bee hive day 6 testing

    Post by jimmyatethefrogslegs on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:15 pm

    Just one more thing.

    Most if not all of the updates seem to go through to my junk folder and I'm on a mac and they only seem to show if I look at my emails on a separate hotmail.com / outlook.com page.

    I know you warned of this but do you know if there's any way that we can stop them (at our end) from going into junk folders?

    Cheers.
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    Post by Admin on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:43 pm

    Jimmy , you need to mark it as safe and move it to your inbox. We have done this and we are now getting all but a few going to the inbox but you know its sods law that the winners will go to junk.

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    Re: bee hive day 6 testing

    Post by jimmyatethefrogslegs on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:49 pm

    Cheers.

    Will try it.

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    Post by jimmyatethefrogslegs on Sun Aug 24, 2014 8:27 pm

    Done it.

    Thanks.

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    Re: bee hive day 6 testing

    Post by jimmyatethefrogslegs on Sun Aug 24, 2014 8:31 pm

    jimmyatethefrogslegs wrote:Fantastic John.

    Decent profit through the early alerts and the updates.

    And, whilst I'm sure on other days there will be more updates, I found it to be far more manageable today.


    Sorry.

    Got it wrong.

    Profit came from the updates today.

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