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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« My amiga Esperanza: Our conversation was great. It started with Yerba Mate and advanced into a better utilization of your space leveraging the young talented barrio artist. Seems this link to the artist began with the idea there is prospective mutual benefit between the two of you, and maybe my Yerba Mate idea can morph into something even better. What I know about why DHL is effective for us is the unique hits on DHL searches. So very close to one hundred percent of the people who search DHL want something from the shipping company, and finding a unique search for the artist is a winning idea: ONE: Che Guevara TWO: Yerba Mate THREE: Bob Marley FOUR: Cardi B. Yerba Mate is the one idea that comes with no intellectual property problems, because in a phone call and one wholesale case of inventory you become a Yerba Mate partner. If the artist got inspired by Cardi B, and produced garments inspired by her, and he had me tag Cardi B on your twenty-eighteen google-my-business listing, then people could click through pics of his Cardi B stuff, and might be attracted to the store where upselling and selling of custom goods could be prompted. “Custom” is always attractive to artists including hair stylists. They always want their clients to be overjoyed with their work, so to hit high on the client-happy scale start with the client’s idea. Custom is a time-proven success model. The problem comes in creating a hook. How can you attract someone to come and buy something when that something is determined and developed through a mutually-creative process. It’s difficult to promote something when you don’t know what that, “something” is yet. A hook like Bob Marley or Yerba Mate might work. Fun conversation — eager for more, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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