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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2010 6:49 am    Post subject: Putting First things First Reply with quote

Imagine how disappointed you would be if after spending days and weeks planning and organizing your event no one showed up.

This is Daniel. Daniel has an event to promote that he knows you have just got to attend; it’s bound to be the killer event of the year! But how to get the word out?

Daniel prints up some flyers, posts them around town, hire a few kids to pass out some more at the Malls – stick them in car windows, maybe a direct mail piece, – no wait, no real time for that, the event’s only a few days away!

Of course he can do an email campaign for trade show promotions, post it on Facebook, MySpace … – but you know what, Daniel isn’t that sure how all this will work out. Daniel remembers he did all that for last year’s event… and it all wound up costing him more in time and money then was covered in ticket sales!

The stress really sets in the week before the event. Daniel is quickly running out of time to attract attendees. Stressed and worried, He tries harder and harder. But it seems no matter how hard he tries, the results are meager. The time, effort and money are not paying off.

For more information, visit: <Daniel. I can't see your spammy links any more. It must be the clouds in my eyes.>
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2010 4:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Imagine how disappointed anyone would be if they thought they might be about to read an interesting posting and found something that had been copied and pasted thousands of times instead.

Poor Daniel. What a twit he sounds since he's no idea about how to behave on a forum. Poor Daniel having idiots to promote his lost cause. And poor Daniel, because you just got banned. Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 06, 2010 11:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That was so funny, but in such a cruel way hahaha ^^
sorry to bump it and stuff just, had to give you that, made my morning Razz
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