BCS72506_ReadersRespond

 

BCS72506_ReadersRespond

NOTE: Denny personally responds to all e-mail correspondences (unless the e-mail address is somehow missing). Readers Respond to “The Greatest Marketing Breakthrough: The Amazing Story of Wall Drug, Wall, South Dakota,” published July 20, 2006. I never fail to read whole, thoughtful pieces in toto. Thanks for all. Small bone to pick this time. I propose it’s not the best time to use Jihad (or, for that matter, crusade) notwithstanding your obvious benign intent. I’m not looking to be politically correct here, just respectful. I look forward to your next. —Steve Markowski Thanks, Denny, for another great article. Our one and only visit to Wall Drug was an


Eminent Domains: Is Yours One?

Is your Web site user friendly? Or are you irritating the heck out of the very people you want in your corner? Worse, could your domain name be an unintended joke that has the world laughing up its sleeve? Doing Business on the Web From A to Z (Apple to Zappos) With a free ad in Craigslist I found John Mormando of Eye FIX Macs who came to the house and cleaned up our computers, answered my questions and told me precisely the equipment he needed me to order for his next visit. After trying to order two products at the Apple Store, I got so confused that I