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Now if you had put that in the initial post we could have saved 2 pages of crap.
that wasn't so hard was it??
The YouTube add has no details that would be required by a potential buyer/renter, only music playing in the background of a video that is really moving too fast to take in details of the apartment, and is ostensibly a cursory view of the apartment devoid of relevant details. A potential renter, particularly if they are of "Barang" extraction will always expect a list of relevant details on which they can make an informed decision before enquiring further.
I took up an apartment at Mekong Gardens 8 years ago when they opened. The quality of their advertising convinced me to go there and make further enquiries. Have a look at how they did it, it should help you with your sales.
Check out their Facilities and Services section to get an idea of what is available.
Check out their brochure here to get an idea of layout plans of the apartments
http://www.mekong-gardens.com/images/fi ... ochure.pdf
If you’re not an idiot, then you are obtuse.Ken2016 wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 2:28 pmSome people's they're don't know about market skill they judge me whatever..I'm sure I'm not an idiot .
Written language can be forgiven or overlooked as you are clearly not a native English speaker. But obstinately continuing to defend your position when your own potential ‘customers’, your chosen target audience, your ‘market’, are telling you there’s something wrong?
As a potential customer, your ad raises a big caution- likely to waste a lot of my time.
If you were marketing such a property on my behalf, and I saw this as an example of your efforts, I’d fire you.
What does ‘comments for improvement pls’ actually mean?
So Their sacrifice is never forgotten
It seems you are not aware of the fact that if somebody just clicks play on the video, they just see the video and nothing more. You have to tell people to not watch it here and instead click on the youtube logo, in order to see the vid on the youtube site, where people can see the post you wrote about the video such as rent. An approach that better serves your purpose would be to include relevant metadata as you post links to the vid on other sites. Yes people could find it once they figure out that you need to click on the word Youtube, but that will almost certainly filter out some potential buyers, so how do you win by not mentioning relevant metadata when you post it here?Ken2016 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 10, 2020 7:43 amPositive questions and get positive answer too .Freightdog wrote: ↑Thu Jan 09, 2020 4:15 pmAlternatively, be clever on CEO where you’ve advertised it, and put the bloody price on there!
Is this positive enough?
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