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I stop reading blogs forever if I come across two huge errors in a single post. It is just so annoying to present yourself like an authority when you can't get the facts right.

1. American Idol ratings were huge in the first season.

2. The Paula Abdul song wasn't called "Two Steps Forward, Three Steps Back." The title is "Opposites Attract."

Maybe the author should respond but I am not sure it's a question of facts.

The ratings issue could be a simple matter of interpretation and the truth is "Two Steps Forward, Three Steps Back" brings me to the exact song the Author had in mind. Not sure how many people could tell you it was "Opposites Attract".

It could really just be a matter of interpretation and style...but then again that would not be obvious from reading the Post.

Regardless, your point is very well taken.

Selecting your target audience for your product is a number one requirement for marketing strategies formulation.

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