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The Future of Your Store’s Marketing is HTML, Not Catalogs

I’ve said it before, and I’ll repeat it here; your store should be getting a regular if not constant stream of HTML elements that you can use on your store website, store Facebook and store Twitter pages. If not, something’s wrong. They should include both general product panoramas like the one below, and promotions for a specific title. They should be free of charge for you to use as often and wherever you like.

You need this. I need this. Authors need this.

New From Baker Books Fall 2015

 

(Yes, I know, a 2-letter concession to U.S. spelling today, but headers are different!)

 

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