Subject: We All Get Third Party Books

Subject: Subject: We All Get Third Party Books
From: Lisa Baker <lisab -at- COREL -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 7 Nov 1996 09:35:39 -0700

Regarding third party documentation, Eric Haddock said, "I
know I'd feel
all down in the dumps if someone put one out to counter one
of my manuals."
As I said to Eric yesterday, the good news is having a third
party manual published about your product means it is
selling and that people care enough to write about it. Also,
having third party books in the store means more advertising
for your product and perhaps mindshare. (If there are a lot of
books on it, it -must- be a good/popular product.)

Lisa Baker

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