Between now and the arrival of our postcards and pass-along cards (explained here), *A* and I have tasked ourselves with coming up with a plan for their distribution. How do you market something like this? Where do you post information? Do you ask permission to ensure that they don’t just get thrown away? Should we come up with a letter of introduction and include some postcards and pass-along cards with it? How far and wide do we cast our net? Should we focus on IAC states only (NC, CA, TX, GA, IN, NY, CT, FL) or nationwide? Lots of things to think about. We do have some ideas, but it feels so wide-open it’s easy to get overwhelmed (well, for detail-oriented me, anyway, not so much for *A,* who is brilliant with one-step-at-a-time, keeping-the-big-picture-in-mind plans).
In any case, as we baby-step along this process (oh, yes, that was a completely intentional pun), this is our new mantra:
Image courtesy of Zulily.com, where the screenprint of this important message is unfortunately sold out. Rats.
If you have any suggestions about distribution, or would like to volunteer to help us distribute where you are, please let us know! We’d really appreciate it – we can use all the help we can get. If you’d be willing to help, and/or if you have any ideas for getting the word out, post a comment below, or it you prefer, send us an email at: thelittlestbrookslivingstonATgmail.com (Replace the “AT” with an @). A few of our friends and family members have already been recruited, and we’ll be mailing them “Littlest Brooks-Livingston Marketing Packets” so they can help us distribute our various pieces of contact information as soon as we figure this whole thing out.
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