I've been seeing a lot of "bumped" threads here lately, and thought I'd share some information on how to go about getting your thread answered in a manner that is not against SEO Chat rules.
First and foremost, consider your original post.
Did you offer up enough information to answer the question?
If not, post again with additional information that will help other members to better assess the situation.
Is your question specific enough?
Questions such as "What is SEO?" "What is link building?" "How to do SEO/link building/optimization?" etc. are extremely unlikely to be answered (and are more likely to get you flamed). If your question is basic in nature, try using the search function here, or at www.google.com. We are in the Search Engine industry, so it would be ashame if we're not able to "search" for things on our own.
Has your question been answered numerous times in the past?
Once again, you'll need to defer to the search functionality of the site. If you do not find any relevant information, then perhaps you can post and explain why your question/thread is different than those asking similar questions in the past. We do like "different" around here - at least in the form of questions.
Did you offer too much information?
Writing a book, then asking "what did I do wrong?" - is often overwhelming, especially for people that (a) only post in between paying gigs, and (b) those that like to keep things simple, as complexity only adds to the confusion.
Try posting again in a manner that uses a simpler explanation. Don't dumb it down all the way, but maybe cut back the fat.
I'm new in this forum, I am a consultant and have worked with multiple firms
You can check http://blog.advids.co/20-stunning-animated-sales-explainer-video-examples-worth-watching/
one of my work.