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Sally Luo

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Amplifiers with all name-brand parts!
« on: May 19, 2007, 05:49:00 am »

It is really ashame that my product information was removed by administrative stuff.  Embarassed
But anyone could tell me where I could advertise them? Please!
I really need to do that.
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http://www.qqxaudio.com

Clayton Luckie

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Re: Amplifiers with all name-brand parts!
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2007, 08:57:07 am »

You can find out how to advertise them here:
http://www.prosoundweb.com/about/ads/
I wouldnt get your hopes up, though.  I don't think this site is a good market for your products.

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Brad Weber

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Re: Amplifiers with all name-brand parts!
« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2007, 11:43:39 am »

Sally Luo wrote on Sat, 19 May 2007 05:49

It is really ashame that my product information was removed by administrative stuff.  Embarassed
But anyone could tell me where I could advertise them? Please!
I really need to do that.
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Sally,

Most of us do not want to be bombarded by every manufacturer advertising or promoting their products here.  You will note several banner and other ads around the PSW pages, people pay for those ads and perhaps you should consider the same.  I would also recommend advertising in trade magazines and appearing at industry trade shows.  Get them out where people can hear and see them.  In addition, you will have to address and establish availability and distribution in any areas you want to sell your product, purchasing the products direct from China is not a practical approach.  You definitely have an uphill battle as most of your products seem to have direct competition from well established manufacturers and it is not at all clear from your web site what advantage they would offer.

I replied on this in more detail in another thread, but you probably want to modify your web site, or at least the English version, before using it as a reference.  Right now it probably does more to discourage potential customers than to encourage them.
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