International and Comparative Librarianship

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Saturday, April 07, 2007

The Harry Potter Marketing Story Revisited

PS. Jill Stover's blog (Library Marketing - Thinking Outside the Book) and, Vancouver Sun (Magical Marketing: Harry Potter seller turns early book release into effective sales tool) covered this theme in 2005. Here is an update:



  • Amazon.com Seeks ''Harry-est Town'' in America
  • Indigo starts 107-day countdown to release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
  • New Potter book has rules for libraries
  • Librarians must obey the rules to get Harry
  • Amazon.ca Seeks "Harry-est Town in Canada"
  • Publisher Wants To Keep Harry Potter's Secrets
  • No peeking at 'Deathly Hallows' till July 21

    From my related posts:
  • Market Research Resources via Libraries

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  • 1 Comments:

    Blogger Jill said...

    Thanks, Mohamed for your nice words about the blog post. I look forward to reviewing the collection of links you've provided here. Best wishes!

    3:43 PM  

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