CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by General Mackevili » Thu Jul 24, 2014 4:19 pm

Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:Business owners- How effective is tuk tuk advertising? I surely haven't read a damn 1 of them since I been in country. Not exactly prime opportunity to read them while I am driving my moto in Phnom Penh.
Come on, you haven't read a single one because you're illiterate. Image

You raise a good point, and that's the tricky thing about advertising.

You can go get a 4-year degree in advertising, and that might still not be enough to grasp it well.

The point you raise is that one strategy doesn't work for everyone. Period.

I often read them. Just out of curiosity of what's going on around town. I remember when that short-lived Russian restaurant was around I spotted their 10% off and free drink ad. That was while driving.

I notice them all the time. I can also tell you that many of them typically park near where their ad is from.

So what doesn't work for you will be very enticing to someone else, and vice versa.

That's one of the big tricks of advertising and why you can't just rely on one method. I might HATE any ad with a white background, but that doesn't ring true for everyone. I need to think about them as well.

Also, you're forgetting where our TukTuk parks. Right in front of a well established expat bar/restaurant. Again, if you don't go there it gets zero exposure to you, but if do, there's a good chance it will catch your eye!

Now all we need is a few of these guys on Monivong and Norodom, so if anyone's looking for a very prestigious job, PM us. Image

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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by clippy » Thu Jul 24, 2014 6:20 pm

Joon wrote:Congrats! This will go some way to build up your brand and exposure.

Though I don't mean to be anal but "Tourisim." :P
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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by Username Taken » Thu Jul 24, 2014 6:24 pm

LaudJohn wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:Huzzah! Congrats, D&D, milestone moment.

A new slogan

CEO, home of the Double D's.




To those who do not know the First names of the Admins, both start with D and in fact there is only one vowel different in their first names.

Fuggin confusing... plus they look so much alike.
Are you kidding?

You need to look closer. Anyone can see that the African-American 'D' is a good inch taller than the white American 'D'. :facepalm:
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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by ExPenhMan » Thu Jul 24, 2014 7:14 pm

If you want more exposure with tuk tuk ads, try St. 172 between 19 and 13 (Sun Dance?). That street has changed hugely since last year. More and more walkers cruise the area because of the huge number of guesthouses and restos, and the route from the Wat Ounalom back and forth to the riverside, plus people naturally turn up 172 from 13 because of the corner evidence that eateries are near.
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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by 104 » Thu Jul 24, 2014 7:20 pm

Username Taken wrote:
LaudJohn wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:Huzzah! Congrats, D&D, milestone moment.

A new slogan

CEO, home of the Double D's.




To those who do not know the First names of the Admins, both start with D and in fact there is only one vowel different in their first names.




Fuggin confusing... plus they look so much alike.
Are you kidding?

You need to look closer. Anyone can see that the African-American 'D' is a good inch taller than the white American 'D'. :facepalm:

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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by EdinWigan » Thu Jul 24, 2014 7:42 pm

I was wondering how much it costs for a board like that on the back of a TUK TUK?

In PP?

Snooky?

Siem Reap?

Does the price vary with the town/city?

Is it just a haggle with the driver? but what is the going rate?
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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by flying chicken » Thu Jul 24, 2014 8:38 pm

EdinWigan wrote:I was wondering how much it costs for a board like that on the back of a TUK TUK?

In PP?

Snooky?

Siem Reap?

Does the price vary with the town/city?

Is it just a haggle with the driver? but what is the going rate?
5 bucks a month in Siem Reap.
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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by OrangeDragon » Thu Jul 24, 2014 8:42 pm

flying chicken wrote:
EdinWigan wrote:I was wondering how much it costs for a board like that on the back of a TUK TUK?

In PP?

Snooky?

Siem Reap?

Does the price vary with the town/city?

Is it just a haggle with the driver? but what is the going rate?
5 bucks a month in Siem Reap.
about the same everywhere, unless you get it through an ad agency... then it jumps to like $30.
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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by EdinWigan » Thu Jul 24, 2014 9:24 pm

So do you just get a board and find a TUK TUK driver ?

Seems very reasonable


$60 a year or can you just do it month by month ( in season) ?
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Re: CEO is on the move in Phnom Penh!

Post by OrangeDragon » Thu Jul 24, 2014 9:40 pm

They want 6 months or 1 year in advance it seems. We did 6 months so we can switch it up after a while.

The board with the printing and frame/etc cost us $15.
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