High-Five Fridays #6
1) Astute observations on Asian lingerie marketing by Slip of a Girl.
2) Silent Porn Star talks about (some of the) marketing intangibles (post is OK, but the site is likely deemed NWS).
3) Val Gryphin's post last week contained this relevant marketing high-five:
The article Five Easy Ways to Build Sustainable Word-of-Mouth, which is a response to Joan’s Top 10 Tips for Free Publicity. Both have some great ideas and commentary that can be applicable for writers.4) Secondhand Rose talks about coming to terms with electronic book readers (post is OK, but the site is likely deemed NWS). I still hold-out for paper, but it's the best argument I've heard yet for the darn ebooks.
5) Church of the Customer gets a general high-five for being interesting.
PS I've been down-for-the-count with a cold; hence my silence here (and elsewhere). I only note this here for those who wondered ~ and literally 'here' at the bottom because I hate posts which start off that way and 'click away' asap. *wink*
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