Whoa careful when creating a new spark, and how to edit one

I created a blog-u-back spark on SocialSpark, but beware you do not fall into the pitfall that I did. When I first posted the spark opportunity I was very general and casual. I did not ask for what I really wanted, so I can only blame myself. I thought is was very strange that it was impossible to edit the spark or modify it, so that I could make it more specific. I even emailed Joe, my personal sales rep, and he didn’t really give me a valid answer. Eventually I did find that you can edit a spark.
Go to “Manage my advertiser account”
Then click on “Campaigns”
Then click on the title of the spark, and then again when it pops down
Then finally click on “Edit Spark” on the right

So here is how to prevent issues:

  1. If you are going to post a spark… request people to do what you really want them to do for you.
  2. Be as specific as possible. This is the best way to accomplish your goal.
  3. Give a estimate on how quickly you can write and post a BlogUBack.
  4. Don’t offer to BlogUBack on a crappy site. You will not get much action that way.
  5. Lastly, be nice. Don’t be so tough that no one wants to deal with you.

Hope this helps with your future spark endevours.

4 Responses to “Whoa careful when creating a new spark, and how to edit one”

  1. 1 Posh Post Reviews

    good that you made this one. yeah, i once wanted to reply to a spark or was it bloguback. and i didnt understand the offer. anyway, i made a spark myself and got quite some responses. thanks for this. :-)

  2. 2 bintang4

    thanks for the info..
    it will be useful for me some other day.

  3. 3 resebel

    Cool, info..thanks for sharing. I’m thinking of joining the bloUback thing because I do need more traffic on my site, google just took all my PR and it hasn’t been back yet :( More later, tc.

  4. 4 Writing Nag

    Thanks for the tip, I’m new to the spark stuff.

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