Assorted Ramblings and Filings.
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What a busy month it has been! After the launch of the new podshop.com site late last month, I have been extremely busy fielding emails, questions, and responses (for both PodShop products and the updated podshop.com website), have been interviewed by Matthew Smith of TXP Magazine, and of course, have been happily and graciously processing, filling, and shipping every order as quick as I can (all orders are usually processed, filled, and shipped the same day that the order is placed). Thank you to everyone interested in PodShop, its products, and especially to all the new customers that I have been fortunate to welcome over the last month.
Over the last month, podshop.com has been mentioned on the following sites:
- UneasySilence: iDrops – Apple spidering be gone!
- artiswork: Interview: Chris Anderson of PodShop (a cross post at TXPmag.)
- CSS Mania: PodShop
- css import: June 2006 (under Notable Submissions)
- Uncrate: iDrops iPod Cleaner
- ubergizmo: Bring back the shine with iDrops
- ipodnn: PodShop launches new website
- FreshArrival: iDrops
- SciFi.com Tech: iDrops: Oil of Olay for iPods
- Mobile Magazine: A sight for sore iPods
- Coolest Gadgets: iDrops
- cameronmoll.com: Linkage
- Gizmodo DE: Putztag für den iPod
- Engadget Spanish: iDrops para curar las iRayas en los iPods
- Applesfera: iDrops limpia y restaura iPods, MacBooks, iMacs…
- Wirtualna Polska: iDrops – odświeżenie dla iPodów
- PCLab.pl: iDrops – odświeżenie dla iPodów
The boost in web traffic has been very much appreciated, as it is definitely exciting to have PodShop getting some good buzz. Once I can begin to grasp the intricacies of branding, – not the kind with hot metal and bovine, the other one – advertising, and promotion, perhaps I can keep things on a roll. Marketing has always been such a difficult thing for me to wrap my head around. Any marketing gurus out there want to chime in with any tips?