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    Content $ Queen Ebudae's Avatar
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    I found a cool site - read some of the product descriptions. Now this is selling a product and also selling an image, idea. By the time you get through reading, you just have to have it. (plus they have some cool stuff)

    http://216.26.151.51/cgi-bin/sgdynam...scoveries.html

    It throws a whole new slant on content writing and product descriptions...
    Ebudae


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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>It throws a whole new slant on content writing and product descriptions... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Yes it does... the one annoying thing was

    NO NAV.

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    Wish I had that kind of talent for writing content
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    What a great way to market fashion!

    *takes notes*

    (hey wasn't J. Peterman Elaine's old boss on Seinfeld?)

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> (hey wasn't J. Peterman Elaine's old boss on Seinfeld?) <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Yup, that was her job, writing those ridiculous descriptions..... slice of life on tv eh?

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    Jobs like that pay $100K+.

    Now everybody run out and buy a thesaurus and get busy! lol!

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    Very nice. Not what I expected when I saw the term "content" writing--thankfully!!

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> the one annoying thing was

    NO NAV.
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Customers who aren't convinced by the pitch are SOL, hehehe
    There is no knowledge that is not power. ~Hemingway

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    You guys are kidding right? Have you never watched Seinfeld? Who do you think that was based on?

    Chet

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    Liz G. - yep, that's Elain's old boss...

    I used to work with someone who worked part-time for the catalog and received the catalog for many years.

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Jobs like that pay $100K+. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


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    The 1930s Football Sweater looks surprisingly modern with a price for an oil sheik!

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    I like it - I'd wear it.

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    Troll Killer and best Snooper!
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    Philly, my youngest brother is a writer. He had a long career in freelance and was very happy, productive and well paid. At one point a headhunter contacted him about writing copy for an upscale clothing catalog company. Salary $100K+ some very nice perks. Baby Bro turned 'em down. He said his freedom didn't come with a price tag and besides, he'd sooner chew off a foot than move to L.A.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Rhea:
    Philly, my youngest brother is a writer. He had a long career in freelance and was very happy, productive and well paid. At one point a headhunter contacted him about writing copy for an upscale clothing catalog company. Salary $100K+ some very nice perks. Baby Bro turned 'em down. He said his freedom didn't come with a price tag and besides, he'd sooner chew off a foot than move to L.A. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE> I like that site,how does one get to join it, I didn't see any place for affiliate programs, it would fit great in my mix?
    JJ

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    I write my own ad copy very often - and it's nothing as good as that. Trouble is, in AM you don't often get to handle the real goods and get a feel for them.. sometimes I'm suprised when I see the products in real life!
    Innovative advertising with Slimeware Corporation and Telephore. Mail-order fuel with Petrol Direct.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Chez Noir:
    You guys are kidding right? Have you never watched Seinfeld? Who do you think that was based on?

    Chet <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Me? Watch a TV show? LOL...

    I watched Seinfeld a couple of times when the show first got popular, but that's it.

    Seinfeld was a good show, judging from what I did see, but it was still *TV.* Video games are infinitely more compelling entertainment than any TV show, IMO. The TV just doesn't have a chance when these are the choices:

    1) Watch some people in a goofy scenario

    2) Conquer the world!

    Somehow #2 always wins
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    BLASPHEMER.. go buy the Seinfeld dvd sets RIGHT NOW! Then watch the rest of the seasons on whatever channel you can.

    Seinfeld is king of goofy scenerios and must be watched. They're in their own little twisted world.

    The cockfight with Kramer training the rooster, kramer tanning himself with butter on the roof, George and his little sleeping area under his desk at work, Kramer playing host to the asian tourists, the Soup Nazi, Bizarro World, George's answering machine jingle.. I can go on and on..

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    Ah yes.

    Sony's Latin American channel has been playing re-runs of Seinfeld twice a day every weekday for years. They start at episode one, and go right through to the end then start again. Same with Married with Children.

    Favourite scene: Kramer in a bar wearing a caashmere sweater, drinking AND smoking at the same time. :^)

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