Reply to @nateaka007: I guess assuming that anyone who has questions about your gig wouldn’t be interested in buying it is a good way to narrow your target group down to not much. It’s certainly not a very good way to make sales. And biancha’s point is a valid one: why should I trust that you, a total stranger, isn’t going to slip a Trojan horse or malware into my computer with your bot? Why should anyone?
I think “critical” better describes the remarks your post has generated. We didn’t post because we’re a bunch of mean level 2’s out to kick a newbie. It’s because your post was vague, yet you never bothered to respond to my questions. It’s because we were trying to figure out why anyone would want your gig, or how we were supposed to know what time you were talking about since you didn’t specify.
Here’s a neutral hint: saying that ‘if only you could get this out to other people, they would know how great it is’ is a superb way to turn off potential buyers. We’re people. We’re not convinced, and you haven’t even bothered to try, just saying we’re not your “target”. And here’s another hint: telling potential buyers that someone else sells the same thing for too much money only comes across as one of the oldest, most-despised selling tricks in the book.
Maybe because I would never get up early to order a pair of shoes online, I wouldn’t buy your gig, never mind the issue of loading .exe files from strangers. And you’ve certainly told me nothing to change my mind about that.