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    Excellent, keep it UP.
    Maintain.

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    Excellent, keep it UP.
    Maintain.

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    • #3
      Thank you Stephen!

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      • #4
        Just curious, Corky... saw the uncensored commercial.

        Obviously this would be offered to TV stations on a "per inquiry" basis ... but at least in the United States -- are any stations or cable stations going to accept it as it is?

        Or is there a "sanitized" version for broadcast TV? I have always thought that it would be great - go mainstream.

        Considering that late-night PI advertising has included, in this part of the country anyway, x-rated phone services, male enlargement pills, even promoted by one well-known, well-endowed, but particularly unattractive porn-star, "Girls Gone Wild" video, etc., I can't see why this wouldn't fly.

        For the benefit of those who don't know what "per inquiry" or "PI" status means -- when you see an infomercial, or even an ad like this one on TV on a Saturday morning or at 3 am, etc., the advertiser does not pay anything to the station or cable channel running the ad.

        Instead, when a customer calls and buys from the 800/877 number on the screen, the ad carrier gets a percentage of what he sells. Free advertising for the seller, a cost-free, but unguaranteed source of revenue for the station, who wouldn't be selling any real advertising anyway.

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        • #5
          I have no answers really....only some ethical meanderings:

          Is placing a comercial between x-rated phone services and Girls Gone Wild an effective way to introduce nudism to the mainstream public?

          Who would the target audience be?

          When joining, what would be their motivation?

          Does the amount of help outweight the amount of hurt?

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          • #6
            I forgot to mention....the new promo is great. I really like the way it captures the versatility of nudism, and shows how it can be a FUN thing to do. INA is far ahead of AANR, TNS and other associations when it comes to marketing nudism to the new generation. So....thanks INA

            Keep up the good work!!

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            • #7
              quote:
              Originally posted by DoctorSurferDude:
              I have no answers really....only some ethical meanderings:

              Is placing a comercial between x-rated phone services and Girls Gone Wild an effective way to introduce nudism to the mainstream public?

              Who would the target audience be?

              When joining, what would be their motivation?

              Does the amount of help outweight the amount of hurt?


              Well, first of all, there's no motivation test or requirement when you join INA. If you're here for the benefits, the board, the information, great. If you're just here to download the pix and the movies, well, fine.

              When you engage in "PI" advertising - you have no choice where the station or cable channel will put your spot. If it were offered and some cable or broadcast channel agreed to take it and run it, you can rest assured it would not run during the day -- but late at night.

              And it might very well get stuck between the real estate hustlers, phone sex line ads, and amazing discoveries ("but wait, there's more!")

              We had a similar discussion about this at the Eastern Gathering -- in the TNS leadership forum. And one thing that came up -- my suggestion was, everyone obtain a TNS video, present it to your local video shop as a gift. The only proviso is that a local club could stick their slide on the end of the tape.

              Some howled "hey that could end up in the adult room." So what? If someone picked up one of these videos in the x-rated room, and was looking for x-rated entertainment, he/she is going to be very disappointed, no? But in any event, he/she will be educated on nudism, yes?

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              • #8
                I'm fine with that, as long as it's more about the cause and not about the money.

                The sad thing is that the TV stations even advertise x-rated products to begin with. The x-rated advertisers are just about making money though. I think INA is about more than money.

                Dan

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