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“Special request: if you're thinking of buying the paperback, I would really appreciate it if you'd consider pre-ordering; pre-orders give a big boost to a book.”
“December 1st, 2009 10: 14 am ET you can land on the best seller list for your pre-orders on another side, all you Huckabee fans and general GOPers: the spineless, take no responsibility Huckabee said: "Should he (the gun man) be found responsible for this horrible tragedy, it will be the result of a series of failures in the criminal justice system in both Arkansas and Washington state," Huckabee's office said.”
“Although the company is taking pre-orders, the final price for the vehicle has not yet been announced, but it is expected to be in the range of $25,000 to $35,000.”
“I had read the articles about authors taking on marketing and promotion duties, everything from creating their own book tours to coming up with elaborate giveaways in hopes of boosting pre-orders and creating early buzz for the book.”
“But what looks like a Best Buy flyer on Android Central's Web site appears to announce that the HTC Thunderbolt, Verizon's first 4G phone, is expected to be promoted in Best Buy's ads next week, soliciting pre-orders.”
“Rumor has it that the HTC Thunderbolt pre-orders will start on Feb. 14, and a tweet from Verizon indicated that the handset will come "sooner than we expected.”
“A wireless-industry source tells us that one other retailer will start taking pre-orders online next week and will have the phone on sale on the 13th.”
“LEADING THE DAY: Verizon and Apple are no longer taking pre-orders for the CDMA version of the iPhone 4, after selling out in less than 24 hours.”
“Forbidden Planet's happy to take your pre-orders for inscribed copies if you can't make it, and they'll cheerfully ship 'em wherever you are.”
“At the show, two major distributors committed to enough pre-orders to cover an entire production run, and the line has been self-sustaining ever since.”
‘pre-orders’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for pre-orders.