We're promoting the Woodworking Q&A site through the DIY community ads. As you can see on the proposal site, when the ad went live at the beginning of September there was a big boost in the number of followers.

At this point, the proposal no longer needs followers, just questions with a score of 10 or more. I've made a new ad that hopefully highlights this need. I was going to replace the original ad with this new one but I hesitated because a) I wasn't sure this ad was better and b) I wasn't sure if that was fair. DIYers that voted on the current version of the ad may not approve of the new version and I felt like I'd we switching it out under their feet.

I should note that I have updated the live ad once, but in that case the message of the ad was the same and I felt the quality was unquestionably better.

So what do you think is the better option,

  1. Try to get 6 votes on the new ad and run them both or
  2. Replace the image of the live ad with the new version
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  • Could someone with 300+ rep create and add an [advertising] tag as per the instructions on the [community-ads] tag wiki excerpt – drs Sep 20 '14 at 17:16
  • Advertising tag added, I'll see if I can find another question or two that matches so the cleanup bots don't remove it. – BMitch Sep 21 '14 at 3:04

This question should bring enough attention to the new ad, to get the required votes. You could also post a link in chat, to make sure folks see it. Just don't expect much attention until Monday or Tuesday, when everyone gets back to their jobs.

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