Well, I just noticed that Amazon is advertising Kindle on one of my hubs for $189.
Kindle is all over TV right now for $139.
This makes me look like a thief.
I have booted that Amazon capsule out of there...
Any comments? I can always put it back if I'm wrong somehow.
Paradigm--Look on Amazon's homepage. Basic Kindle is selling for $139. It's the Kindle 3G that's selling for $189.
True, but Joe average consumer doesn’t realize that or get that far.
They’ll see the hub ad, remember the TV ads; and think evil thoughts about me, the hub, and HP.
Edit: I should have put this critter in the Knowledge Exchange forum. Sorry HP.
Its a perfect opportunity to offer a choice and provide the lower cost item or extol the virtues of the higher cost option.
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