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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 100415 11-Apr-2012 12:05 Send private message

We use a number of different advertising methods and one of them is Acourts. I feel pretty dubious about it's worth ini this day and age, especially the hardcopy book. Even Acourts online seems to be way out of date and our website doesn't get much referral traffic from Acourts. www.acourts.co.nz

What do you think? 

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 607770 11-Apr-2012 12:10 Send private message

Never heard of them. But I suppose it depends on your target demographic. If you are aiming at middle-aged, male, Hamilton geeks, probably a waste of money.



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  Reply # 607777 11-Apr-2012 12:15 Send private message

Yeah this is not a geek target market but an engineering target audience. I can see a few of the older engineering types still using the hard copy but that will die off, excuse the pun.

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