I learned a little lesson about marketing from an aborted Nook purchase over the holidays that I thought I’d share with you.
A year ago, I purchased a Kindle. I bought it used. As a Craigslist devotee, I arranged the furtive exchange of a Kindle for cash in a well-populated area, feeling like a spy on the lookout for my contact during the deal.
I was instantly pleased with it. Purchases were an easy process. Turned it on, connected to the internet, and within minutes I had made my first purchase. Based on my browsing history and purchases, Amazon has become uncannily accurate with its book recommendations.
My daughter requested a Kindle for Christmas.Continue Reading