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Topic # 215267 19-Jun-2017 19:35
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Hi there.

You may have noticed the article on me and my new business.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/parenting/93603705/homemade-baby-scanner-gives-3d-image

My Web page is www.3dbabies.co.nz
My Facebook page is www.facebook.com/3dbabiesnz

I'm looking for any advice on how I can improve my business and grow sales. How would you sell this service and what do you believe is a fair price for this.

Any advice or mentoring would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards Calvin

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  Reply # 1803736 20-Jun-2017 01:08
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Bigger mat : ).

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  Reply # 1843666 10-Aug-2017 16:50
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Looks good, so you are using a 360 camera to capture the photo?


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  Reply # 1843731 10-Aug-2017 19:12
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Pretty cool, good work.

Franchise? Setup in malls? Build a self service kiosk?



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  Reply # 1843732 10-Aug-2017 19:15
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Hi. Its utilising multiple cameras. At present 59.

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  Reply # 1843741 10-Aug-2017 19:28
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Get rid of the WIX stuff off your website, makes you look cheap.

 

Correct spelling and grammar errors ( If I can notice them they are pretty obvious )

 

Interesting product, maybe look at the dog / cat market as well, people will often spend more on their pets than themselves.

 

John

 

 





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