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November 14, 2011, 01:26:28 AM
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A lot of these people drive to/from their jobs, and some even listen to music while they work...

so why not a radio ad?

We're way ahead of you, johnj. Smiley

Ad placement isn't my forte'.  Anyone have any sway in radio advertising?  It would be interesting to find out what sort of costs we are looking at in the top 25 DMAs.

Another thought would be to cut a commercial in Spanish.  I live in Dallas and there is a huge Mexican immigrant population here and other cities in border states like Houston, San Diego, Los Angeles and Phoenix.  The spanish radio stations reach a very large market.  Many of this audience is looking for better and more safe ways to send money back to relatives in Mexico.

I like the idea of cutting the commercial into Spanish, I've been to LA myself and other areas you've listed and those could be a huge conversation starters for the Mexican community. I don't speak Spanish so we'll have to find a translator I think.
I can help with the Spanish portion if needed. Great idea Xenland!

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November 14, 2011, 01:40:23 AM
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Have you thought about cotacting Mark at www.freetalklive.com ? They might have some kind of radio commercial production deal.

Here is why I ask, because to have a professional commercial made, it would set u back about $1000 ish. But maybe Free talk live can produce a commercial for you (and you own the rights to the commerical) if you buy commercial spots on their program. A.K.A every once of you budget goes to on air play time.

Awsome I just messaged freetalklive.com I see they are constantly doing Bitcoin advertising and I heard them mention bitcoin a few times on live show as well.... I can't wait till they respond
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November 14, 2011, 01:44:35 AM
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A lot of these people drive to/from their jobs, and some even listen to music while they work...

so why not a radio ad?

We're way ahead of you, johnj. Smiley

Ad placement isn't my forte'.  Anyone have any sway in radio advertising?  It would be interesting to find out what sort of costs we are looking at in the top 25 DMAs.

Another thought would be to cut a commercial in Spanish.  I live in Dallas and there is a huge Mexican immigrant population here and other cities in border states like Houston, San Diego, Los Angeles and Phoenix.  The spanish radio stations reach a very large market.  Many of this audience is looking for better and more safe ways to send money back to relatives in Mexico.

I like the idea of cutting the commercial into Spanish, I've been to LA myself and other areas you've listed and those could be a huge conversation starters for the Mexican community. I don't speak Spanish so we'll have to find a translator I think.
I can help with the Spanish portion if needed. Great idea Xenland!

It was deltanines'  idea, thank him!
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November 14, 2011, 01:54:51 AM
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A lot of these people drive to/from their jobs, and some even listen to music while they work...

so why not a radio ad?

We're way ahead of you, johnj. Smiley

Ad placement isn't my forte'.  Anyone have any sway in radio advertising?  It would be interesting to find out what sort of costs we are looking at in the top 25 DMAs.

Another thought would be to cut a commercial in Spanish.  I live in Dallas and there is a huge Mexican immigrant population here and other cities in border states like Houston, San Diego, Los Angeles and Phoenix.  The spanish radio stations reach a very large market.  Many of this audience is looking for better and more safe ways to send money back to relatives in Mexico.

I like the idea of cutting the commercial into Spanish, I've been to LA myself and other areas you've listed and those could be a huge conversation starters for the Mexican community. I don't speak Spanish so we'll have to find a translator I think.
I can help with the Spanish portion if needed. Great idea Xenland!

It was deltanines'  idea, thank him!

He may be referring to the overall idea of a commercial.  In that case it was your idea.

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November 14, 2011, 02:21:55 AM
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A lot of these people drive to/from their jobs, and some even listen to music while they work...

so why not a radio ad?

We're way ahead of you, johnj. Smiley

Ad placement isn't my forte'.  Anyone have any sway in radio advertising?  It would be interesting to find out what sort of costs we are looking at in the top 25 DMAs.

Another thought would be to cut a commercial in Spanish.  I live in Dallas and there is a huge Mexican immigrant population here and other cities in border states like Houston, San Diego, Los Angeles and Phoenix.  The spanish radio stations reach a very large market.  Many of this audience is looking for better and more safe ways to send money back to relatives in Mexico.

I like the idea of cutting the commercial into Spanish, I've been to LA myself and other areas you've listed and those could be a huge conversation starters for the Mexican community. I don't speak Spanish so we'll have to find a translator I think.
I can help with the Spanish portion if needed. Great idea Xenland!

It was deltanines'  idea, thank him!

He may be referring to the overall idea of a commercial.  In that case it was your idea.

Ahh!, that makes sense.

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November 14, 2011, 03:13:16 AM
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Have you thought about cotacting Mark at www.freetalklive.com ? They might have some kind of radio commercial production deal.

Here is why I ask, because to have a professional commercial made, it would set u back about $1000 ish. But maybe Free talk live can produce a commercial for you (and you own the rights to the commerical) if you buy commercial spots on their program. A.K.A every once of you budget goes to on air play time.

Awsome I just messaged freetalklive.com I see they are constantly doing Bitcoin advertising and I heard them mention bitcoin a few times on live show as well.... I can't wait till they respond

I know the gentleman form memory dealers has become close with those guys.

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November 14, 2011, 05:01:31 AM
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Have you thought about cotacting Mark at www.freetalklive.com ? They might have some kind of radio commercial production deal.

Here is why I ask, because to have a professional commercial made, it would set u back about $1000 ish. But maybe Free talk live can produce a commercial for you (and you own the rights to the commerical) if you buy commercial spots on their program. A.K.A every once of you budget goes to on air play time.

Boy...  I hope this is the case.  It would be exactly what we are looking for.  Especially if Xenland can keep the rights to the ads and can repurpose them for terrestrial radio spots.

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November 14, 2011, 06:19:49 AM
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Have you thought about cotacting Mark at www.freetalklive.com ? They might have some kind of radio commercial production deal.

Here is why I ask, because to have a professional commercial made, it would set u back about $1000 ish. But maybe Free talk live can produce a commercial for you (and you own the rights to the commerical) if you buy commercial spots on their program. A.K.A every once of you budget goes to on air play time.

Boy...  I hope this is the case.  It would be exactly what we are looking for.  Especially if Xenland can keep the rights to the ads and can repurpose them for terrestrial radio spots.

Maybe sweeten the deal with them and run their  banner add for a month on your site or something. They are Anarchists (capitalist) so speak in their terms.

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November 14, 2011, 09:40:50 PM
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Maybe encryption should be illegal if it is used to hide crimes from law enforcement. That doesn't mean it still can't be used. I carry a concealed weapon with a license, that doesn't mean I can just shoot people willy nilly.  Cheesy
We need a forum for CCW and bitcoin enthusiasts.

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November 14, 2011, 10:19:41 PM
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Maybe encryption should be illegal if it is used to hide crimes from law enforcement. That doesn't mean it still can't be used. I carry a concealed weapon with a license, that doesn't mean I can just shoot people willy nilly.  Cheesy
We need a forum for CCW and bitcoin enthusiasts.

I would imagine many people who support Bitcoin also support gun rights.  Well at least in the US (and a handful of other countries) where such things still exist.

Economic freedom & freedom to exercise lawful and effective self defense.  It all boils down to freedom.
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November 14, 2011, 11:49:27 PM
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Maybe encryption should be illegal if it is used to hide crimes from law enforcement. That doesn't mean it still can't be used. I carry a concealed weapon with a license, that doesn't mean I can just shoot people willy nilly.  Cheesy
We need a forum for CCW and bitcoin enthusiasts.

I would imagine many people who support Bitcoin also support gun rights.  Well at least in the US (and a handful of other countries) where such things still exist.

Economic freedom & freedom to exercise lawful and effective self defense.  It all boils down to freedom.
Agreed. Freedom FTW!

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November 16, 2011, 12:03:42 AM
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Hey Xenland.  Did you hear from the freetalklive.com guys yet?

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November 16, 2011, 01:12:23 AM
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We need a forum for CCW and bitcoin enthusiasts.

Dude, this is NOT a porn site. Please.

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November 16, 2011, 02:20:19 AM
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Hey Xenland.  Did you hear from the freetalklive.com guys yet?

Indeed not long ago actually.... I'll re post with an updates if their are any
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November 17, 2011, 08:05:09 AM
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We need a forum for CCW and bitcoin enthusiasts.

Dude, this is NOT a porn site. Please.
Hmm, am I missing something?

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November 17, 2011, 10:23:25 AM
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Perhaps an advertisement on a you tube video with over 10 million  views
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November 17, 2011, 01:58:17 PM
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We need a forum for CCW and bitcoin enthusiasts.

Dude, this is NOT a porn site. Please.
Hmm, am I missing something?

Bitcoins is pornographic enough. 8D Adding firearms would just put it over the edge.

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November 17, 2011, 03:38:34 PM
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We need a forum for CCW and bitcoin enthusiasts.

Dude, this is NOT a porn site. Please.
Hmm, am I missing something?

Bitcoins is pornographic enough. 8D Adding firearms would just put it over the edge.
I guess that would be downright decadent.

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November 17, 2011, 10:10:55 PM
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1 second commercial during the superbowl that just says BITCOIN.

you'll need to raise an extra 30 grand to afford it though

You gotta pay
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November 17, 2011, 10:27:14 PM
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1 second commercial during the superbowl that just says BITCOIN.

you'll need to raise an extra 30 grand to afford it though

More like an extra $3 Million to buy an ad spot during the Superbowl.

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