Summer in Good Hope, a book I dearly love, is on sale through the end of September. This means the sale ends in four days. I enjoy Facebook and Twitter and during the past month I’ve tweeted this fabulous deal as well as posted several fun memes on Facebook advising of this great price.
I know how it is to be super busy with life, to lose track of time and pull out a coupon only to find that it expired weeks ago. I know what it’s like to plan to buy some packages of Keurig coffee pods on my favorite type of sale, the “2 for 1,” only to discover that particular pricing ended the day before. 🙁
That’s why I’d really like to remind my readers, friends, strangers AGAIN that my book is on sale for $1.99 (less than a Starbucks cup of coffee) through September 30…but I don’t want to appear pushy. I’ve never been one who likes the hard sell. I figure people buy what they want to buy and that’s the way it is.
But then, I think of those expired coupons and the 2 for 1 sale that I missed and I wonder if one more reminder is really too much?
What do you think? Have you ever been in a position when a “reminder” from a friend started to feel like a hard sell?
I had a friend whose daughter started selling those expensive knives…and she kept reminding me how fabulous they were and encouraging me to give her daughter a call. When did it start feeling like a hard sell? I’d say…after the second reminder…