Great answer!Cause I'm not cool enough.
Let's just say...some pay for those endorsements.
I shall never play the marketing game crap. I earn a drop on a lanyard one call at a time because that is how I believe it should be done. Sound is and always will be my first priority. Call me what you will, say what you will but I'm not changing my approach. I do not want people buying calls based on cool engraving, fancy words, carving, inlays or limited editions.
#earnit #smallshop #bigspound #nofancymarketing #nophotoshop
Says the manufacturer didn’t send out a new press release, so the publication went with what was on hand. Typically, the magazine assigns the column and gives the writer whatever materials they have on hand, and they often provide a list of contacts based on advertisers and prospects. Being on that list usually means you’ll get an email or phone call asking for a photo or press release, but space isn’t limited to those companies. Magazines love to give some space in a product guide to companies which haven’t advertised in the past because they become future ad prospects and it’s an appropriate service to the readers.its the same call brands every year. shoot usually the calls are two-three years old. they had a few that were listed over the years that if you went to their site they weren't even using their own calls in soundfiles...