Len, fair winds! To help understand why I am so suspicious I link to a page posted here on our forum moments ago where someone is trying to recruit people to go on social media (CF is a form of social media) and secretly promote their product.
This rubs me the wrong way. It is an attempt to lure people into buying
a product using deceptive practices and deprives CF of advertising revenue it is otherwise entitled to by using a back-door marketing
strategy. We have enough adds as it is!
Additionally, it corrupts the good faith of forum members. Can I take someone at their word? Or are they secretly getting paid to give me a persuasive opinion?
I think people need to be aware of what is going on because it goes on all the time.
All the best!
is looking for a sailor who lives for being on the water! Dare I say, a sailing “Evangelist”? Ok, maybe that sends the wrong message, but you get the idea! There could be travel calling on stores or participating in events
, but for the most part…simply go where you are already going. Through social media, like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, forums and blogs
, etc…the Navionics
advocate will do what they do best…talk about how they make being on the water
more fun! How they use the Navionics charts
(for their GPS
chart plotter like Raymarine
, Lowrance, or Humminbird) &/or the Navionics Marine
& lakes app on their boat
in their everyday outings on the open water
or where ever they go, what the benefits are and how others will love it when they use it too! You may even have your own ideas on how to best promote this cool product.