“I slammed the lid back down. Covered my nose and did my best to not be sick. A lovely symptom to add to my splitting headache, true hangover without the fun beforehand. After the smell faded, I began crawling again. Felt a slight breeze on my face, maybe I am close to the doorway. Bumped into something in front of me. Decided to stand up feeling all the way up. Moved my hand to the right, a doorknob.” pg. 7
“He was tall, blue eyes, and dark brown hair. The most amazing eyes, I might add. The bluest of blue. Reminded me of the clearest ocean waters. I couldn’t stop staring at them.” pg. 7
“I cannot figure out why he is acting as though I am not a prisoner.” pg. 8
“While enjoying the meal, I scanned the small cottage. There were a lot of photos of nature and no portrait ones. One photo had the most brilliant purple stone on a beach setting. It was dazzling.” pg. 8
“You really do not remember me.” he spoke irritated. pg. 10
I have been looking into a lot of companies and articles on marketing. Trying to learn as much as I can so I will know how to market my books and my artistic projects in the future.
One company that I have stumbled across is Triangle Direct Media. They specialize in search engine rankings among many other marketing strategies. I understand the higher you can place your website in the search engines the more likely people will click on it and in return possibly buy your products. Equals $$$$$$.
The process baffles me. I’m sure it baffles many people so that is why we need companies like Triangle Direct Media to help us out. They will be first on my list when I get my products figured out to sell. I love their website! 🙂
I must say marketing intrigues me and no harm in learning the basics to help understand how big companies get to where they are. I took a class in college and enjoyed it. I love reading articles and blogs that have information on marketing. I did a Google+ post the end of June on Triangle Direct Media’s blog. It is filled with great information.