Quality vs Quantity ?.

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Hey Warriors

i just have a small question for you , the question is :

what you pay attention to when you buy an offer/product , do you look to Quality or Quantity ? , and give me the reason Why .

and thank you
#quality #quantity
  • Profile picture of the author Metis
    Originally Posted by AnassZINOUN View Post

    Hey Warriors

    i just have a small question for you , the question is :

    what you pay attention to when you buy an offer/product , do you look to Quality or Quantity ? , and give me the reason Why .

    and thank you
    It really depends on what you're buying it for, but in general I look for quality when buying most products, as not only will they usually perform better, but they often last longer too.

    As for selling, I only ever look to offer quality. Why would I want to be associated with anything less...
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    • Profile picture of the author AnassZINOUN
      Originally Posted by Metis View Post

      It really depends on what you're buying it for, but in general I look for quality when buying most products, as not only will they usually perform better, but they often last longer too.

      As for selling, I only ever look to offer quality. Why would I want to be associated with anything less...
      Glad to read your comment , and yes it depends , but i asked this question because i was walking with a friend and i've bought some expansive foods of high-Quality but low quantity , and may friend bought more quantity foods but low Quality , and that's why i decided to ask you this question , because some people always look for quantity
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by AnassZINOUN View Post

    what you pay attention to when you buy an offer/product , do you look to Quality or Quantity ?
    Quality, always.

    Originally Posted by AnassZINOUN View Post

    and give me the reason Why .
    Quantity alone has no value to me.

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  • Profile picture of the author harry11
    Quality at the first place. If the Quality is good then go with the quantity . Pretty simple
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Just think what IM would be like if the creator of every product and every service provider was only concerned with true quality?

      Refunds would be almost non-existent, scammers would be gone, and new folks coming online to make money would have a much better chance to be successful.

      Obviously, you can't control others and what they offer. You can, however, do your part and be known in your business for delivering top quality! I know for sure that others will notice and reward you for it.

      "The excitement of a low price is quickly replaced by the sting of low quality."

      The best to you,

      Steve
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    • Profile picture of the author AnassZINOUN
      True Quality before quantity
      Originally Posted by harry11 View Post

      Quality at the first place. If the Quality is good then go with the quantity . Pretty simple
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  • Profile picture of the author borsaronero
    Quality. Usually I don't have time to spend looking for quantity, time matter. If you have quality you don't need to spend a lot time, and you get the best info in minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author James 0
    Quality. You can have a good amount of quantity but it still needs quality.

    It would even be better if you had both quality and quantity.
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    Here's a simple concept that answers the question. Would you rather have 10 pounds of dog crap or a bowl of ice cream?
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

      Here's a simple concept that answers the question. Would you rather have 10 pounds of dog crap or a bowl of ice cream?

      It depends on what you want to do with it. Dog crap stuffed in your pockets could keep you from being carried away in a tornado. Whereas the ice cream could attract Baskin-Robbins thieves who have been known to kill for a spoonful of Rocky Road.

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  • Profile picture of the author jimbean
    I guess it depends what you are looking for. There can always be trade offs between quantity and quality if your requirements are for a certain quantity then you buy the best quality that suits your needs e.g if you need 5 flat screen TVs for a B and B and your budget is 1500 then you buy 5 of the best £300 TVs you can find.
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  • Profile picture of the author Triplescan
    In this case as in many others quality should prevail. Even though it seems that you could be more in advantage if you buy several low quality products, because if one breaks you'll have the other, in practice the things are not the same. 2 bad laptops don't count as a good one. As simple as that.
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  • Profile picture of the author NickNimmin
    No one want's to buy/join/be a part of anything low quality if they are spending their hard earned money on it.

    It's best to go for quality AND quantity where possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author regulardan
    Quality is everything. Quantity does nothing if there is no substance supporting it.
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  • Profile picture of the author jack rozario
    The question is so simple..But, there are various views by the warriors and its interesting too..From my point of view, a pledge to the quality and quantity a value added...

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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    A product without quality doesn't carry any value and hence useless to users then what to do with bunch of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author jimbean
    This debate reminds me of the project management triangle Time Cost Quality Triangle there is always a trade off between time, cost and quality. I often refer to this when managing a project and advise clients that they can only pick 2 of the three things time/cost/quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author JordanMcLeod
    Definitely Quality over Quantity. Besides if having to much of a good thing can be bad then imagine having too much of a bad thing :/
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  • Profile picture of the author flesterking
    Depends on the product and time factor. There where days where we built tons of backlinks and ranked easily, but that doesnt works now. The same SEO once worked with quantity now moved to quality. So it all depends upon the product and the time period.
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