Well, here is another “invention” from the Americans to boost their economy.
Now, on the last Friday of 1904, and as there were more black slaves for sale, they decided to make a discount to get rid of the “merchandise” and thus boost the economy.
Since then, it has spread throughout the world (like Covid now), with evolved markets that take the opportunity to use the fisherman’s method, that is, they give the bait and harvest the school. In Black Fraudian language, they present half a dozen recent products that are soon snatched up by the first in line, leaving the shoal with the surplus monos, which there are in quantity, and they then take advantage of them to get rid of.
It is common at Book Fairs to use another term, which is the H hour, but then interested readers
You should know that these are editions of books with a minimum of more than six months of editing.
In Portugal, the only recent thing about Black Friday are advertisements and publicity.
The articles promoted are not the latest editions, a substantial part of which are discontinued, that is, all those that we commonly call monos, which, as a general rule, passing on the acquisitive fever to black fraudunian buyers, are left with a hangover with an extraordinary “mona”.
In short, they buy advertising and the corresponding theatrical moment, without taking proper advice about the product they were purchasing, especially if it corresponded to their real desire and if it was properly marked in the Quality/Price binomial, or if it was based on the laconic advertisement that previously the product was 70% more expensive…
Any comparison with telephone or bank insurance? All.
The only difference is that they do not do it in one week of November, but rather as a “promotion” for all fifty-two weeks that the Gregorian calendar has and on every day of the year, even leap days.
And so, telephone and banking insurance companies there continue to invest in advertising, but have residual portfolios in the automobile sector (6%) and others that advertise, but there are always unwary people.
The new trend is in some insurance companies that choose to promote their products directly to Customers, bypassing the mediators who introduced them and gave the Customer’s key.
When we give the key to someone we need to have trust and this is lacking in some market niches, especially among some oil traders/deadbeats to use a nice term who unfortunately swarm and pollute our insurance industry market.
During this Christmas season, it remains to be said that if you believe in Santa Claus, be absolutely certain and convinced that he would not leave Rovaniemi in Lapland with his reindeer and other belongings, without first having consulted an insurance intermediary to study your needs in terms of risks and therefore subscribe to your insurance portfolio.
We would always be Official Partners of Santa Claus.
Let’s be realistic: contact the mediator/broker, be it an insurance company or entrepreneur and feel the difference between identifying your needs in terms of risk, regardless of the insurance companies, or feeling overwhelmed by something or someone, based on the products that “your” company has for sale.
Feel the difference, contact APROSE, which is just a click away.