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On Sep 15, 2006, at 10:55 AM, Paul Lutus wrote:

> William Crawford wrote:
>
>> Tom Allison wrote:
>>> Doesn't advocacy == marketing ?
>>
>> Marketing typically implies being paid.
>
> Which answers the original question, because advocacy is what  
> fanatics do,
> and marketing is what salespeople do. Fanatics will try to "sell"  
> you what
> they are offering up to and including blowing you up. Salespeople  
> don't do
> that, because next week they will need to sell you something else.


Advocacy could also simply mean someone who is passionate about  
something, because it is good.  Whereas marketing takes place all the  
time for bad products; the salesman may not actually approve of the  
product.



David Morton
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