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2011/03/11 05:56:07 (permalink)

Adverts on Muscletalk

I understand some adverts are by Google, but I'm thinking more about the Muscletalk Message promotions etc.

Are they products that have been approved by James & Co as quality products, or is it just a case of you pay your money you get your advert?
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    James
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 08:40:40 (permalink)
    PosterBoy

    I understand some adverts are by Google, but I'm thinking more about the Muscletalk Message promotions etc.

    Are they products that have been approved by James & Co as quality products, or is it just a case of you pay your money you get your advert?


    Yes, each product has been used for a statistically significant trial perdiod whilst not using any other product.  I have also personally tested each product in a lab
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 08:48:51 (permalink)
    The back office at MT headquarters:



     
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 09:42:50 (permalink)
    James
    Yes, each product has been used for a statistically significant trial perdiod whilst not using any other product.  I have also personally tested each product in a lab


    Seriously??
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 09:53:10 (permalink)
    another question, James do you do the majority of the website development stuff or do you have a team of developers that you outsource stuff like SEO too.... just crusious.

    if you think this is delving into your business too much dont answer the question.

    thanks

    Rob

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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 10:05:45 (permalink)
    Love/Hate

    James
    Yes, each product has been used for a statistically significant trial perdiod whilst not using any other product.  I have also personally tested each product in a lab


    Seriously??


    Of course he is. Thats why tony is missing alot lately. He had a bad reaction to one of the products in the lab and now they have him in treatment until "the effects wear off"!!
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 10:19:17 (permalink)
    James

    PosterBoy

    I understand some adverts are by Google, but I'm thinking more about the Muscletalk Message promotions etc.

    Are they products that have been approved by James & Co as quality products, or is it just a case of you pay your money you get your advert?


    Yes, each product has been used for a statistically significant trial perdiod whilst not using any other product.  I have also personally tested each product in a lab



    LOL  Ok I see your point, they are adverts and not Muscletalk endorsed products, I didn't know if there was a difference between an advert on the site and a Muscletalk Message advert/promotion.
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 10:25:35 (permalink)
    RobFrancisuk

    another question, James do you do the majority of the website development stuff or do you have a team of developers that you outsource stuff like SEO too.... just crusious.

    if you think this is delving into your business too much dont answer the question.

    thanks

    Rob


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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 10:27:48 (permalink)
    Jason

    RobFrancisuk

    another question, James do you do the majority of the website development stuff or do you have a team of developers that you outsource stuff like SEO too.... just crusious.

    if you think this is delving into your business too much dont answer the question.

    thanks

    Rob


    James does everything - he's that great


    You are in charge of the username changes though?!

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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 10:33:54 (permalink)
    Yes my favourite.

    Hi Jason

    I hear you are the man to ask. I stupidly picked idiot18 and now I am 19 (never saw that coming) - can I change my name to idiot19.

    Thanks
    Idiot

    And so it goes on... LOL

    together with

    I signed up with Mark Flowerhead which is my real name. Now when I search in google I can find posts about my gear use - obviously I don't want my (insert Wife, Family, Employer) seeing this. I guess I just didn't realise this might ever happen when I joined and posted on a busy public forum




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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 10:58:54 (permalink)
    LOL @ Jason

    You forgot to include my favourite which is the request/demand whilst not telling you who they are.


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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 11:01:54 (permalink)
    FLOL!!
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 11:58:37 (permalink)
    PMSL @ Jason
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 14:28:47 (permalink)
    ..but he's not bitter.
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 14:38:13 (permalink)
    I'm never changing my username again after Jason changed my password to something rather offensive at the same time.
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    Re:Adverts on Muscletalk 2011/03/11 14:48:20 (permalink)
    lol @ Jason
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