...and Stendra's about to eat into Viagra's market share...imo
we're going higher folks...just let the marketing take hold and the social networking begin.
In recent years, the data-driven business of online marketing has become an explosive growth industry. Just how big? About $62 billion in the U.S. in 2012, according to a new study. Traditional offline marketing, provided by direct mail companies, was about a $93.6 billion dollar industry in 2012, the study said. The digital data industry includes firms that place tracking “cookies” on websites, companies that help target ads through an email address users provide to news organizations, and Web giants that track users’ purchases and searches to serve up targeted ads. Increasingly, offline and online worlds are blurring: Direct mail companies buy demographic information from digital data brokers; Twitter and Facebook offer user data to television broadcasters.
not just an "office"...doesn't it include a showroom for products? this would be rather successful inroads into the Washington social selling strategy. forget the conference calls, online communication, etc. "meet us at the showroom" much more effective imo
a 12-cent drop on the day of the release doesn't mean it will not be absorbed and acted upon - just might not be today. see the longer term effect of continued good news, and you'll know why I'm not excited, one way or the other...investors will take note.
success is coming for Stendra. Auxilium needs to get the message out, but it's gonna take Viagra & Cialis by STORM when they do!!! imo, of course. If I had ED, I would want the fastest-acting solution that could preserve spontaneity...Stendra, of course.
things are picking up, guys. Now, we'll have a showcase/showroom available locally to support sales growth in these areas. long-term positive, imo. see news this morning.
true...to what do you attribute the move up, as well as increased volume? trend following?