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British tailor says blogging opened up Golden State market

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October 21, 2005

British tailor says blogging opened up Golden State market

Stephen Baker

I just walked through the Manhattan drizzle to The Benjamin Hotel, on Lexington Ave., where I met the blogging English tailor, Thomas Mahon. He has the small hotel suite set up as a fitting room, with lots of cloth samples draped over the furniture. He even had a customer there. In our podcast interview, coming out next week, he said that blogging has opened up new markets to him. Example: the West Coast. British tailors, he said, long assumed that Californians didn't go for the $3,000 Savile Row look. But once Mahon started blogging, he found plenty of left coast interest. Here's a photo of Mahon with his assistant, Lucy Adams.

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Thomas Mahon just wrapped up another blockbuster U.S. trip. Yesterday (after he marked up my new suit and insisted on taking it back to the U.K. for more tweaking?? damn the guy is worse than George Lucas!) we sat down with Stephen Baker of Busin... [Read More]

Tracked on October 22, 2005 11:26 AM

Here's an example of a blog and blogger that gets it, not some badly executed idea for a company that shouldn't be blogging, or a badly executed idea of "evangelist" bloggers for a brand.

Here's a man that wanted to explain what he did, set up a blog with a friend of his (yes, someone in marketing), and begun blogging that lead to an audience, that lead to an increase in business, that lead to a whole new arena for a humble tailor in England.

Posted by: Jeremy Pepper at October 25, 2005 11:45 AM

Go to and navigate the site if it sparks your mental money element then you need to know this it's one of those get people to join and buy products on-line and then you get a cut as a partial business owner but you can also pass this down to your kin and they then can make money from all the work and people that are singed up under you this is rare and you wont find any other work at home job like this. It cost but for all your work it's worth it and your investing in you children's future because that's right they can inherit the business and make out doing absolutely no work what so ever. When your ready to join just click register with quixtar then on the next page click English underneath where it says Ibo's registration then put in my sponsoring IBO # 4194998 And where it says key put in mil then complete the form and then refer people to this site again and that's your job that's all you do. The more stuff you buy on-line and the more people you direct to quixtars site and stuff they buy the more money you make it's limit is endless don't wait sign up now.

Posted by: brad at March 3, 2007 11:00 AM

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