The product became an instant hit, is it really because the product itself is well designed? Today, Master will talk to you about this topic. 1. The popular products are not very prominent What is the best-selling novel in the world? Harry Potter is definitely one of them. It is a fantasy novel written by British author J.K. Rowling, and there are 7 books in total. It has been translated into 73 languages and has sold over 450 million copies in Romania Phone Number List all editions (as of 2015), making it a global hit. Such a best-selling book must be better, more interesting, and more engaging than other novels, right? A newspaper commented: "Harry Potter has everything it takes to be a classic." However, it is very strange that this novel, which was praised as "all the elements", was rejected by the publishing house when J.K. Rowling first submitted it.
But this is also possible, just take it as a misunderstanding. But what's even more difficult to understand is why twelve publishing houses in a row have rejected "Harry Potter"? It wasn't until the end that Harry Potter was reluctantly Romania Phone Number List agreed to be published by one family. Moreover, it was not because the publisher took a fancy to it, but because his daughter had been pestering her father after reading the manuscript, saying that the book was interesting, and thus got the publishing contract. If it is said that ordinary people cannot see the quality of the product, it may be understandable. Why can't professional publishers, who have been in the publishing industry for many years, distinguish between good and bad? And it wasn't just J.K. Rowling who had this experience.
"Gone with the Wind" was rejected 38 times by the publishing house before it was officially published. Elvis "Elvis" was once told he should go back and continue working as a truck driver. Walt Disney was fired in his early years for "lack of Romania Phone Number List imagination and creativity." It can be seen that products that can become popular do not necessarily have obvious "selling genes". They may look no different from other products, and may even be inferior. 2. Selling, maybe just luck Is it really not because the product has a "selling gene" that it sells well? It does.