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Friday, May 10, 2013


Day 130

“When the historian of the Twentieth Century shall have finished his narrative, and comes searching for the subtitle which shall best express the spirit of the period, we think it not at all unlikely that he may select ‘The Age of Advertising’ for the purpose.”
~Printers’ Ink

“The Age of Advertising.” That really does describe our day and age, doesn't it? Companies pay millions of dollars for Super Bowl ads that sometimes only get seen once. Mommy bloggers make almost as much as their husbands through affiliate programs and selling ad space on their websites. People make a living selling things to other people.

That’s the world that we live in. How does it affect us as authors? For starters, we have a lot of competition, but it also gives us more options for advertising believe it or not (we just might have to pay for it).

Marketing prompt:

Find out what blogs your readers are visiting and check out their advertising policies.

Days to go: 235

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