Marketing is baroque, and needs fixing

mall kiosk employee

“The squeaky wheel gets the grease!”

…and if all the wheels are squeaky?

…if everyone is yelling the same set of things…at the same time?

If marketing has developed a style of the Baroque — characterized by bullying silence from every space, evoking, often enough, not interest but avoidance?

And if, in this services-centered culture, surfers refuse to teach subtlety to their saddled serfs — will onlooking prospects ever be any less put off by the choruses of carnival barking?

sexy cashier“Way ahead of you,” squirm such slippery surfers: “We’ll all just hire beguiling boobs to belligerently bark our bland brands.”

Thus, the choruses continued, on the Expanded Plantation.

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Author: Russ Lindquist

I am Russ Lindquist, regardless the extent to which sniveling social-engineers, by banning my various accounts, hope to hide their feeder-sheep from the common sense of my messages.

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