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Old 14 December 2005, 07:46   #1
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Opinions please!

I know I'll regret this but I thought I would ask anyway - which of the adverts do you prefer?

Thank you!
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Old 14 December 2005, 07:53   #2
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The 2nd.

can't you get the flag put on the other side so we can see the outbard
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Old 14 December 2005, 08:44   #3
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Second one is much cleaner, and easier to read, plus smarter in appearance.
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Old 14 December 2005, 08:52   #4
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I know I'll regret this but I thought I would ask anyway - which of the adverts do you prefer?
I looked at the thread title and thought you must be insane. At least you know it!

As an ad guy, no question the one on the right with the grey borders. Much better typeography. Can't really read the content on that one, but looking at the thumbnails makes it quite obviously a better layout, IMHO.
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Old 14 December 2005, 09:00   #5
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no contest 2nd one. First one looks 'messy' and very cold!
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Old 14 December 2005, 09:12   #6
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2nd
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Old 14 December 2005, 09:30   #7
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First one looks a bit "home made" like you did it in microsoft publisher or something.

I vote for the second one too...
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1st,just to be different
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I know I'll regret this but I thought I would ask anyway - which of the adverts do you prefer?

Thank you!
1st for Motor Boats Monthly

2nd For Yachting World

3rd for RIB International

PS a very cheeky sneaky way of marketing your product!
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Nautical eye candy in blue

The second one by virtue of it having more blue in it and looking more enticing - and it makes the boat look faster - blue shift or something ask Codders!
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