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Jan 04, 2004 6:02 pm re: Advertising on BBFFUCoaching
Bruce Fealk - The Video E-mail Guy
Eric, being the person who posted the reply that you chose not to post, I obviously disagree with your position. If someone has a product that will allow them to advertise in a way that causes less ulcers and is effective, as a member of this board, I'd want to know what the product or service is and how to get more information about it. People can make their own decision on whether or not it's appropriate by whether they visit the web site mentioned. http://www.videoemailforall.com and http://www.videoemailforbiz.com > Eric Sohn wrote: >

Folks -

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I received a post yesterday that was a pitch for a member's services. I've already written back saying that I wasn't approving it, but I also wanted to let folks have their say.

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My thought is that this network is not an appropriate place for people trolling for business through posts. I don't have a problem if you mention your services that address the topic being discussed, but something like - If you want bigger, better widgets, come see our web page - is inappropriate, IMHO. I'd rather people PM'ed folks with their pitches.

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Now, I know that others require ADV in front of blatant ads - and it sure would boost our message count. On the other hand, while we want foot traffic, so that more people learn from what we discuss here, I think that having ads detracts, not adds, to the attractiveness of the network.

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So, that's how I'm leaning - what do you think?

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Coach Eric

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