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1/48 - Grumman F-14A/B & D Tomcat by AvantGarde Model Kits - schemes+sprues+box art+decals - F-14D release in 2019

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13 minutes ago, t15dja said:

The link doesn't seem to work?

It works if you're a member of this group.

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Ahh....right. Thanks 

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According to the folks on the Amk Ridicule Committee, they have dug the hole deeper and failed to correct some issues, but this update does indeed indicate that the folks at AMK are working hard to make this project happen and come up with a good product.  I am quietly (well I guess publicly now) rooting for them to pull it off with a firm landing in the midst of all the palace intrigue!  Godspeed AMK! 

Edited by wadeocu

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8 hours ago, Homebee said:

Fresh words & pics from the AMK boss. 👍

Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1001193059922345/permalink/2568753176499651/

If you want to see more pics or to have more fresh news, join the Facebook Official AMK (Avantgarde) Fan Club (closed group):

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1001193059922345/

 

 

V.

I do find this pretty frustrating TBH. To find out more, I have to join their 'fan' club and to do that I have to join FB? After everything that has been revealed about FB over the last 12 months? One decent kit for me (Mig-31) makes me someone that is 'interested' in their work and wanting to see more, but it is not yet enough to make me an 'avid fan'. And of all the things that might stop me from even considering becoming one it's trying to force me to rejoin FB. 

Edited by Nocoolname

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Ah, it's getting more and more difficult every time to keep on rooting for you, blokes @AMK. This made worse still by this silly AMK (Ridicule) Committee? :mental: 

Not only you're digging your own grave by doing this, but also, it clearly shows how immature you are as a company.

And it was just a freak circumstance that I hadn't pre-ordered.

Cheers 'em,

 

Unc2

 

PS: :analintruder: Monsieur Stern! How are you doing, my mate?

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On 2/8/2019 at 5:26 AM, baldwin8 said:

 

Put something on FB and ask not to share????????

Their modus operandi for marketing leaves room for improvement... still.

At lest we can ascertain that the project isn't dead, or going to another manufacturer.

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On 08/02/2019 at 13:01, boom175 said:

Didn't Mr.Sio ask that we not share these? Only for members of the AMK Fan club on FB. I f he gave you permission lease accept my apologies but I think we should respect his wishes.

 

He did ask that and that is why I have removed them from this thread.  Please dont post them again on Britmodeller.

 

Thanks

 

Julien

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An Open post to AMK.

 

AMK  you need to get some professional advice on how to run your social media and marketing in a western / global context. 

 

Whoever is giving you your current advice I is giving you bad advice or does not understand effective marketing and brand strategy. I make that comment in a professional context.  The issue you have is not just about the current F-14 project. You need to think beyond this current project and in the wider context of what you want your brand to represent and the values it has and how it is perceived in future in the market.

 

 Right now the way you are communicating with the wider market is from a marketing perspective just damaging your brand. 

 

If  I could give you some professional advice. 

 

1. Communicate the latest update to the whole market. 

2. Share updates to the whole market on a regular basis even if they are minor between now and the final release of the kit. 

3. Comment on quality feedback from the market. Even if it’s just to say thanks for the feedback. You do not have to act on feedback given. But you should acknowledge it. 

 

Do the above via Facebook on an open page. You will have the ability to filter and edit out extremely adverse commentary. 

 

Regards...

 

Plasto. 

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...but don't limit yourself to fakebook. There are other forms of social media.

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