Make it available in retail stores nationwide!! 90 percent of my dvd's come from purchases from retail stores nearby. I would also jump at it if it was made available as a "VOD" or "Streaming" Service!!
Personally, I love the VOD(Video On Demand) Serice. I download alot of events from the W*W site on a REGULAR basis!! I'm a loyal customer of W*W!! That way I can save it to the PC or save the .AVI(DIVX) format to play on my DVD player!! Just my own opinion!!
P.S. MOD....Don't your VOD page at Dangerouswomenofwrestling.com ever get updated?? Love to see some different stuff. Thanks!!
I honestly think you guys are just a little behind as far as the technology goes. Get the DVD advertised more. Youtube is always the best place to start. But I would have likely bought it sooner if it was advertised more or in more stores
Post by theonly1trueme on Aug 14, 2008 18:59:02 GMT -5
I still have the same opinion as last time, which was the content of that specic DVD doesn't draw me in.
As far as saying something that may actually help, I can think of two things that can help sell at this point.
1. National Retail Deal - I know that there isn't a deal right now, but simply getting it in stores will help. It's made me buy things before, because I was just curious.
2. More Advertising - A question that could warrant another topic, is simply "How did you hear about DWOW?". I found about this place a while back when I was searching for videos which led me to the VOD site. Other than potential customers searching for themselves, word of mouth, myspace, or the youtube account, are there any other methods for people to findout about this site?
After thinking about it, it's harder than I thought. How do other companies get more exposure?
WEW - I only know them because I saw one of their DVD sets for about 10 bucks. The retail deal + notable names were the main factors here.
NWWL - Magazine article which led to a DVD rental. Carmen Electra was the main thing.
Matrock & UltimateSurrender - Word of Mouth
SHIMMER - I know them of their association with ROH.
I've done some "marketing" in my head. My cheap self would buy these DVDs "theoretically" at a show if the "EXTREMELY DANGEROUS WOMEN OF WRESTLING" DVD was $10 and the Oil Wrestling DVD was $5. Even better would be a package deal of a DWOW logo t-shirt (black tee/ 2 color red-white logo) included all for $25. Here's an idea. This Fall/Christmas shopping season, when the Neshaminy Mall has the sports collectible vendor guys on a weekend, youse guys should get yourself a spot and have some of the legendary talent make an appearance and have a clearance sale of these collecting dust DVDs. Announce it during your infomercial that month and you'll rake in the revenue. These DVDs aren't that scandalous. Nudity is not the end of the world. Would malls be the wrong outlet? I saw GI Ho shopping there back in Christmas 2005.
I already own it. I bought it at the last DWOW show, but if I didn't have it, I'd be willing to buy it online. You should consider selling videos on ClickWrestle.com if you're having problems with dvd distribution.
Post by wrestlingaddict on Aug 15, 2008 7:48:40 GMT -5
You have to make a 5 minute or a 10 minute free down load trailer in which all the matches main points are shown briefly in it. This way we can know how many matches are in the DVD and the total length of the DVD is known.