on that particular photo no.
On the right, under the “Taken on May 16, 2009” text is the license information. It takes you to a page:https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
where is clearly stated that:
NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.
what we are doing here is commercial work (you sell stuff) and your item preview is used to sell stuff (commercial use)
I’ve had this issue for months. I signed up for a trial 6-7 months ago-ish, and I didn’t really find it useful so I let it go. Ever since I’ve been getting emails that either show someone else’s statistics, or show no data at all. Though this is my old email so I have pretty much forgotten about it.
oh, just great
And I was expecting them to answer my request.
I don’t think google check the apps on their marketplace. Imagine the volume of work of verifying each app when is first uploaded on their store and each time the app is updated (quite a lot of updates for each app from my experience of using Android)
Practically they don’t do it. and then you get examples like this: http://blogs.mcafee.com/consumer/android-flashlight-app-steals-data
In my opinion downloading each time the entire app was not chosen as a security issue.
I think I’ve made the account at the start of September, but deleted the API key on the same day. Then they start sending me these mails that looks like information from another user so I finally had enough and asked them to delete my account (and stop sending the mails)
Unfortunately no answer from them. Now, they can keep the account and I will mark the mails as spam each time they show up but I really didn’t liked the way they treated my situation. If someone ask you to delete the account then delete that account and stop sending me those mails.
nope, I don’t talk about Android itself but about the apps you’ve downloaded from the appstore
Found out about them from this posthttp://videohive.net/forums/thread/the-sales-monitor/51465?page=505#1114192
Unfortunately had the bad idea to make an account there. Sorry misled, I know is not your fault.
Anyway, made an account and tested the website but I didn’t like it. I think I’ve deleted all the api keys that they know about, anyway, each week they send me what is called “SalesGenius Weekly Sales report” that show some random stats, I’m assuming from other users they have, see example bellow:
Hi doru Here is a summary of your sales for the week of October 13 2014: Total revenue: $ xxx Total sales: x Avg. sales per day: xx($xxx) Highest selling item: edit: -- item of another user I will contact him privately xx For more insights, login to your SalesGenius.co account. We hope next week is a successful one for you, good luck! Regards, The SalesGenius Team
I don’t have a “the items they talk about” and those stats are not my own. (I think those are the stats of
- edit I’ve removed the user I will contact him privately -
I’ve send them a request, using the contact form on their website, and asked them to stop sending me these emails as I don’t like them and don’t need them and also to delete my account from their website.
Unfortunately got no answer so, for now I’ve market these messages as spam, but other authors please be warned about this website.
edit: hidden financial info from the quote mail (but the numbers are there) and I’ve checked previous weekly messages they send me and the Highest selling item items have the same names as those from
- removed see above - portfolio so I can be pretty sure, is his info.
If you have a mobile internet, with limited Gb plan, depending on the number of applications installed, a big cut of your precious data plan get lost in downloading again and again full applications. Why they call this update is beyond me. They should call this: Waste of Internet plan.