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Old 04-12-2011, 02:04 AM   #21 (permalink)
 
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tsunami in a tea cup if you ask me!!

good thing nobody asked me
Did somebody say TSUNAMI?.....




Anyway....on this topic.. I prefer the speedy freebees!
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tsunami in a tea cup if you ask me!!

good thing nobody asked me
Did somebody say TSUNAMI?.....




Anyway....on this topic.. I prefer the speedy freebees!
Thats my kind of thinking!
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Old 05-11-2011, 06:50 AM   #23 (permalink)
 
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I was initially afraid to participate in this thread because the dialogue seems pretty polarized but I felt compelled to express my humble opinion on this matter.

I appreciate Steven's review of Timberbits with the positive statement about the speed of delivery. I had the same experience.
I also wanted to express my appreciation to David at Timberbits. I have ordered three times from him for items ranging from the Roman Harvest Pens, Majestic kits from Dayacom etc and his beautiful boxes. He provides exceptional service. I truly believe he has his own personal jet for deliveries. I cannot believe the speed at which he processes orders and delivers. He has called to clarify orders, is very personable and on my last order included freebies of Australian timbers as well as sending me a bunch of conversion couplers for the Cambridge pens.

With regards to this thread in general. For what it's worth, I like it when a thread mentions vendors so if I want that product I know where to get it from. I agree that by doing that you indirectly, albeit without compensation, provide advertising for that vendor.

However, I wonder if someone offers to buy your pen after you post in SOYP or go to your site to buy one, is that considering advertising?

It seems that members who, under their names on their posts, include their websites/e-stores and/or the unique product that they came up with and and sell are directly advertising without getting anyone else to do it.

Anyway, that's my two cents worth...
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With regards to this thread in general. For what it's worth, I like it when a thread mentions vendors so if I want that product I know where to get it from.
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I couldn't agree more, Doc!

I appreciate it when others mention what components and material they used and where they got it, and I try to do the same for that very reason.
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