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I need help from Gurus

Postby exsaloon » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 10:38 am

Hi gurus,

I would like to check with you guys, from your experience. Any ways to create effective awareness for my product? I hope that i can set my budget low for other things. Pls advice.

Thank You

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Postby Strong Eagle » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 10:18 pm

It would depend a lot on what you are selling and who your target market is.

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Postby Bafana » Fri, 03 Feb 2006 4:22 pm

exsaloon wrote:Hi gurus,

I would like to check with you guys, from your experience. Any ways to create effective awareness for my product? I hope that i can set my budget low for other things. Pls advice.

Thank You


Give me some free usuable non-returnable samples and I will let you know :cool:
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Postby exsaloon » Fri, 17 Feb 2006 1:03 am

Strong Eagle wrote:It would depend a lot on what you are selling and who your target market is.


Thanx for ur idea and sorry for the late reply. i m dealing wif hp jewelleries.i had juz advertised on a mag but the response is not up to my expectation. hw :(

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Re: I need help from Gurus

Postby exsaloon » Fri, 17 Feb 2006 1:04 am

Bafana wrote:
exsaloon wrote:Hi gurus,

I would like to check with you guys, from your experience. Any ways to create effective awareness for my product? I hope that i can set my budget low for other things. Pls advice.

Thank You


Give me some free usuable non-returnable samples and I will let you know :cool:


dun like tat lah. my firm is juz a small fry in the market leh... :lol:

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Postby Scorpion » Tue, 21 Mar 2006 1:35 am

exsaloon wrote:
Strong Eagle wrote:It would depend a lot on what you are selling and who your target market is.


Thanx for ur idea and sorry for the late reply. i m dealing wif hp jewelleries.i had juz advertised on a mag but the response is not up to my expectation. hw :(

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how is ur bussiness now !?
Why don't try get a temporary shop on a week basis @when there are events arranged next to the interchanges. :) which has temporary shops displaying their products.
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Postby tiki » Tue, 21 Mar 2006 12:41 pm

You create awareness by means of advertisement, promotions amongst others...

..which I see you have done.

It also depends on the intensity of the promotion/s but bear in mind that is dependant on your product/s.

May I suggest you have a tie-in promotion say with some entity selling cellphone covers, cases etc.

It's a tough market for what you're selling unless you have something unique to offer.
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Postby estrina » Mon, 27 Mar 2006 2:19 pm

Hey if you need help on marketing collateral such as website, brochures, posters, etc, do buzz me at estrina_kalista@hotmail.com. I'm a freelance multimedia designer, maybe I can help you :)

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Re: Festival

Postby exsaloon » Wed, 19 Apr 2006 10:54 pm

Scorpion wrote:
exsaloon wrote:
Strong Eagle wrote:It would depend a lot on what you are selling and who your target market is.


Thanx for ur idea and sorry for the late reply. i m dealing wif hp jewelleries.i had juz advertised on a mag but the response is not up to my expectation. hw :(

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how is ur bussiness now !?
Why don't try get a temporary shop on a week basis @when there are events arranged next to the interchanges. :) which has temporary shops displaying their products.


I would like to but due to the branding set by the supplier, i canot do such way. Anyway thanks for your info. i am grateful for this. I welcome more thanks.

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Postby exsaloon » Wed, 19 Apr 2006 10:56 pm

tiki wrote:You create awareness by means of advertisement, promotions amongst others...

..which I see you have done.

It also depends on the intensity of the promotion/s but bear in mind that is dependant on your product/s.

May I suggest you have a tie-in promotion say with some entity selling cellphone covers, cases etc.

It's a tough market for what you're selling unless you have something unique to offer.


Indeed. This is a great idea too, i should work towards it. I hope to be able to do it.

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Postby exsaloon » Wed, 19 Apr 2006 10:57 pm

estrina wrote:Hey if you need help on marketing collateral such as website, brochures, posters, etc, do buzz me at estrina_kalista@hotmail.com. I'm a freelance multimedia designer, maybe I can help you :)



okie thank you. i will.

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Postby pablo » Thu, 20 Apr 2006 8:59 pm

You would need some good exposure for your products with maximum exposure and low overheads. Try the E-commerce way - target not just the Singapore market but the rest of the world too. I tried advertising in the Straits Times and Magazines but through the exposure of the Internet I have a virtual shop 24hrs a day, 7dys a week at a fraction of what I pay for a Hardcopy Advertisement. May be worth a shot.

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Postby ironlady » Sun, 23 Apr 2006 12:51 pm

Hi there , a friend of mine had suggested that we open a DIAL-A-BEER business ,,freelance..meaning that people actually call us for delivery of beer and liquor.. but of cos there will be a minimum order and we sent it to the place of delivery... can the man out there tell me if such a business will work out...

anyone keen to joint venture.. also ,does anyone know where I can get the license from ?

Thanks!
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Postby exsaloon » Tue, 25 Apr 2006 9:56 pm

pablo wrote:You would need some good exposure for your products with maximum exposure and low overheads. Try the E-commerce way - target not just the Singapore market but the rest of the world too. I tried advertising in the Straits Times and Magazines but through the exposure of the Internet I have a virtual shop 24hrs a day, 7dys a week at a fraction of what I pay for a Hardcopy Advertisement. May be worth a shot.


Thanxz actually i have tot of that too but the cost of it kinda of high hence have to hold up this idea. btw hw much did u spend on this?

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Postby exsaloon » Tue, 25 Apr 2006 9:58 pm

ironlady wrote:Hi there , a friend of mine had suggested that we open a DIAL-A-BEER business ,,freelance..meaning that people actually call us for delivery of beer and liquor.. but of cos there will be a minimum order and we sent it to the place of delivery... can the man out there tell me if such a business will work out...

anyone keen to joint venture.. also ,does anyone know where I can get the license from ?

Thanks!


whether it can work out or not, it is a chance to give it a try. If u dun try uwill nt know. correct mi if i m wrong.


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