Blatant Advertising: It Strikes Again!
This post is a sequel to a previous post called: “Will FTC call this blatant advertising?” that I made a little more than 2 weeks ago. This post was a blatant attempt at getting more subscribers to my RSS Feed. To my surprise, this post received some interesting feedback. I’m not saying that I was thinking people can’t give interesting feedback. What I mean is that this post was mostly written in a cheesy sales-letter style and I had some fun writing it, so I really enjoyed receiving some feedback about it.
As you may have spotted it yet, this second post is even more cheesy as it will not even try to put a smile on your face. This post is designed specially for the very very serious people out there who thought that my previous RSS advertising was too stupid to make them subscribe to my RSS Feed.
To you, I’m honestly apologizing. And I promise that I will try to stay as serious as possible on all my upcoming posts to focus only on giving valuable information without any fancy “packaging”.
So now, you have also an opportunity to subscribe to my RSS Feed by clicking on the big RSS Button!
After doing two different types of targeting which seems to exclude each other, I think that I must have advertised on a wide enough market to move on to other things! There won’t be a third post to advertise my RSS Feed… Yet! Or maybe I could go for some niche markets…
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