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Marketing Fishes in Sahara (Dronesville Gold Football Club)

“I don’t read long blog posts that look daunting. When the content is broken up with images, videos, bullet points, bolded font or other visual breaks, I am more likely to read the post.” (A millennial reader sends this to my private chat group, presumably copy and paste from somewhere about millennial marketing. )

A long-suffering crony asks: Why did you wait so long to continue this report after the last dispatch? 

Dronesville fish

Answer: This blogger is still hunting the Sahara for relevant images, videos, bullet points, other visual breaks…etc.

Question/statement: Marketing Fishes in Sahara? Irrelevant title!  

Answer: Good spot. See, I net one fish (you) at least!

Long-suffering crony: Cough (to expel air noisily from the lungs, usually to expel fluids that resonate during breathing) * or Duh (interjection used to express actual or feigned ignorance or stupidity, also used derisively to indicate that something just stated is all too obvious or self-evident).*

*the explanations are for the benefit of my senior readers from Dronesville. 😉

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