Posted By fishalotadays on 17 Feb 2013 03:58 AM
Word of caution to everyone Rodtender, I was banned from facebook after posting only a few likes and reviews of products I've tested, used on my own and said I wanted to try because it looked like a good thing. I mean after only a few too. I was told its in violation of facebook policies. So who are we suppose to be helping here. Our club members or stuff stuff? seems like only one getting anything out of it so far is not the ones getting banned for posting likes. This new way of field testing seemed to over look a few things like facebook rules. Now lets see how they treat those of us who've lost something in the process of helping them advertise in public forums.
your right members beware! how long did they ban you for?
Members have stated the same concerns as you mentioned on SS's FB page and they have addressed this issue warning members about liking and posting to may reviews at one time on FB. I limited my post to 2 a day 10 Total a week and have not had a problem. I'm at level 6 with 500+ points
We all know field testing is one of the biggest complaints members have with the clubsover the years . Finally we can pick product via SS we are interested in testing and we can apply for products under any of the club sections listed Hunting ,fishing,cooking,home imp, gardening as a member of SS plus we can select/ apply for up to ten products at one time ( it's still luck of the draw) and you are not garrentied that you will be selected to test a product.
For all of you who have not signed up yet : When you sign up for SS you get points based on the level of membership via the club you sign up under. Liking, tweeting and writing product reviews on products you might have used alows us to add points to our dash board total.
unfortunatly we rush into it because we want to max out our points so we can apply for the high dollar products .
Read the FAQ section on SS. before jumping into it