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Click Frenzy

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Ash, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. James

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    I have updated the original post with new information re kogan buying click frenzy domains.
     
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    cool, I thought it was just a "timing" thing

    but back to my question , do you think ME owning a david-jones.com.au could get away with what kogan has done?

    tim
     
  3. James

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    If you have money to fight them and your name is David Jones. yes
     
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    I agree but it wasn't my question. kogans middle name isn't click-frenzy :)

    tim
     
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    Power Retail the guys who run Click Frenzy actually just emailed me about my article LOL.

    After some new information from their end I can see where they are coming from, Kogan has been a bit dodgy in this case.
     
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    Kogan claims he tracks every thing, yet one of his biggest marketing expenses is PR. Apparently he has a PR guy that follows him around all day.

    The thing about PR is its another medium you can not really track. He makes no mention in his article about the amount he spends on PR.

    I agree 100% with his comments about retailers blowing money on silly things, I see this time and time again. Big retailers just do not run effective marketing.