The State Of The Pomegranate
It's been a while since we investigated the state of the Pomegranate.
No one really cares.
Certainly someone cares, there are over 7,950,000 results when you search the word "Pomegranate" on a major search engine that starts with 'G' and ends with 'e'.
No. Sorry. Anyway, it's always interesting to take a peek into the inner workings of Pomegranate Affiliate Marketing.
What's new in the world of the squishy red fruit?
Did you know there's a phone called the Pomegranate?
No. Is it red and squishy?
It's not squishy, but it is red. It purports to be the Ultimate All In One Device.
Does it make coffee?
Indeed it does. It also acts as a projector and a shaver, should you develop a 5 o'clock shadow during an important presentation.
Can I affiliate market it?
Probably not. You might want to stick to commodity items like Pomegranate juice, pills, extract, powder, books, tapes, books on tape, podcasts, and reruns of the epic Oprah episode where she reveals to the world that she lost 200 pounds by eating nothing but stale Pomegranates.
I love that episode. I have it on my cell phone.
Did you know that California is home to a Pomegranate Council?
I always suspected as much. Whom do they council?
They offer recipes as well as Pomegranate trivia to weary web travelers. Visit them for the latest news on our seedy red friend.
Who, Kim Jong-il?
Very funny. You'll be laughing out the other side of your bank account when you don't have any new material for your next affiliate meeting.
Sorry. Please tell me more about the State of the Pomegranate.
Interestingly enough, conflict exists regarding the precise number of health benefits provided by a Pomegranate.
Seriously? The affiliate marketers have not reached a consensus on this issue?
Statistically then, the Pomegranate packs 10 health benefits. The average of 9 and 11.
Ha ha. I bet your affiliate marketing meetings are a hoot.
Supplemental Pomegranate Ramblings
My affiliate marketing meetings are dull, dull, dull. How much can we talk about a stupid red fruit that no likes anyway?
That's Pomegranate heresy. Speaking of heresy, did you know that Katherine of Aragon chose as her symbol the lowly Pomegranate?
I did not know that. How did that work out for her?
She died at Kimbolton Castle, on 7 January 1536.
Ouch. Who inherited her affiliates?