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Suburban Metal Dad no. 37, “Media Politics”

Thumbnail: A producer/editor/boss says, "Thanks, but I'll pass on the union story."

Suburban Metal Dad: original webcomic by D.X. Ferris, served fresh every Monday and Friday. Check out today's strip after the jump...

Suburban Metal Dad
a webcomic by D.X. Ferris
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A producer/editor/boss, seated at a desk, tells a reporter: "Thanks, but I'll pass on the union story. Unions have had their day. If the workers don't like it, they should find another job. There'll always be boots to lick, and it's great work!"

  • Media Companies In San Francis

    Again, think like a marketer. If you are selling tea cozies, seek the attention of tea drinkers and teapot connoisseurs.  Don’t throw yourself into a giant space where people are hawking everything from salami to suds.  If, for example, you are selling to a younger market, join a social media site that has a defined base of young adults. Many exist and are of surprising size.  Interests tied to an age group can also be targeted through the proper social media applications. You can find lists of them by simply using a search engine.  Maybe there are young people, age 15 to 24, who are mad about tea cozies.  Find out before you launch your content or hand over your marketing dollars to the social media industry cabal.