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pricescope

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  • The Diamond Book
  • The Open Diamond Book
  • Much Ado About Buying Diamonds
  • Buying Diamonds with Smileys
  • Diamonds at FedEx®
more please
 

Mara

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I like 'much ado..' and don't like 'the diamond book'...hehee.




Here are a few more:




The Virtual Diamond


The Virtual Diamond Experience


Clicks and Diamonds


The Virtual Diamond...Unmasked


Online Diamond Buying...For Dummies (?)


The Unseen Diamond


The Leap of Faith...Online Diamond Buying
 

pricescope

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I like Much Ado too - it's fun but can be unclear what is it about.

I also don't think we should limit ourselves to virtual/internet diamonds only.

I'm not very excited about FedEx but it might be a good marketing opportunity... don't know yet.

I also like "Smileys"
They help to express emotions


"Open" is like open source software when it is available to everybody: every one can participate in its creation.
 

oldminer

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Diamonds for Everyone
Diligent Diamond Dialoques
Diligent Diamond Shopping
The Diligent Diamond Shopper
Diamonds, Unfolding the Magic
Diamonds, Lifting the Mysterious Veil
Rock Your World - Diamonds
The Bling-Bling Book

Just a few...
 

Mara

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I like Dave's Unveiling the Magic.




I also like the ROCK analogy.




Playing with Rocks


(The Diamond Book) (small print)
 

pricescope

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Garry just emailed me from Singapore (he's on his way home from Moscow).

He doesn't like these titles at all.
Much Ado About Buying Diamonds
Buying Diamonds with Smileys


I have another suggestion: Diamond Value

I'm re-reading one of my favorite books, "goNzo marketing" and there are very iiteresting thoughts about "value". It is interesting because what people are looking in buyiig diamods is not only the price but the whole package: service, information, personal experience, confidence, comfort, etc. This 'package' can be described as a Value and that what it is about IMHO
 

Mara

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haha I like my Playing With Rocks. :D




We could add 'Value' into one of the subtitles of the book? Personally to me, "Diamond Value" is not really a book TITLE in my opinion, but having a larger title that catches the eye, then saying something like 'Best Value for Your Money' or something in smaller print would be appropriate.
 

aljdewey

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I like "How to Throw Rocks at Girls".....


(Everything you ever wanted to know about buying diamonds)




OR




"Just a Stone's Throw Away" (so you want to buy a diamond?)




Romancing the (Diamond) Stone.
 

valeria101

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It feels good to write down on this forum, for starters !


As far as I know, US publishers reserve the right to choose the definitive title (and cover presentation in general) for themselves. So these are bound to be versions.

How did "Pricescope" came to be ? There is definitely naught about diamonds in particular in this name
 

DiamondExpert

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The Book of Diamond
Diamonds: Reflections in a Mind's Eye
Diamonds: The Book of Facts
Diamonds: A Love Affair with the Mind
Diamonds: A Rock for All Ages
Diamonds: Crystal Delight
Diamonds: Not Just Another Pretty Face
The Diamond Chronicles
Diamonds: The Magic of Bending Light and Minds
Diamonds: The Dance of Light
 

alexah

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Just a suggestion: I'm thinkin the vast majority of the diamond purchasing public that'll actually seek out & take the time to read a book on diamonds will be those looking to make a large purchase, i.e., an engagement ring...
Further, I don't think that they'd necessarity search for a book w just "diamonds" in the title but, rather, "engagement rings"...

So maybe something along the lines of "How To Buy A Diamond Engagement Ring" (A Book Written By Consumers for Consumers)?
 

suzannecallison

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Date: 10/3/2004 9:57
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Author: alexah
Just a suggestion: I''m thinkin the vast majority of the diamond purchasing public that''ll actually seek out & take the time to read a book on diamonds will be those looking to make a large purchase, i.e., an engagement ring...
Further, I don''t think that they''d necessarity search for a book w just ''diamonds'' in the title but, rather, ''engagement rings''...

So maybe something along the lines of ''How To Buy A Diamond Engagement Ring'' (A Book Written By Consumers for Consumers)?
My husband, the ultimate researcher, would buy a book with a title along these lines. He, nor I, would want to be the ultimate expert on diamonds. We would just want a guide to inform us of the possible pitfalls, as well as how to make the experience as fun and stress-free as possible. An added plus would be the gonzo style--I love Hunter


Suzanne

"The fun diamond buying Guide"
"how to buy a beautiful diamond"
"How to buy a diamond engagement ring, and still have money for the honeymoon"
 

canuk-gal

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HI:

How about a title and then a descriptor underneath: e.g.

Diamonds, Unveiling the Magic.
A Buying Guide for the Connoisseur in all of us.


Something like that.


cheers

Sharon
 

verticalhorizon

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Title option 1-
Behind the Curtain

Title option 2-
Diamonds Behind the Curtain

Sub title option 1-
Everything you wanted to know about diamond buying and engagement rings but where uncertain who to ask.

Sub title option 2-
Unmasking the myths and misconceptions of diamond buying


These are references to the mysterious back room of your jewerly store... and OF COURSE, The Wizard of Oz. ("Ignore the man behind the curtain.")

Diamond buying, historically has been an industry controlled by the few, just like the little Wizard of Oz. A bombardment of uninformative advertisements convices people to buy without much education. This is all changing. We''re not just peeking behind the curtain...we''re tearing it down and insisting on touching everything back there!

If my titles are used I want FULL Credit!... I''m also a graphic designer so if you need a cover, you know where to find me!
 

windowshopper

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How about

Buying Diamonds: the four C''s and everything else you need to know OR

Buying Diamonds: the four C''s and beyond OR

Buying A Diamond: Beyond the Mall OR

Buying A Diamond: Beyond the 4 C''s
 

canuk-gal

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HI:

How about something along these lines (header with bi-line):

Mentoring Is The New Marketing or Mutuality is the New Marketing:
Fresh approaches to the age old experience of buying diamonds or
Buying diamonds in the new millennium or
Maximizing your diamond buying experience


cheers--Sharon
 

Maxine

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The Fear of Buying...Diamonds on the Web

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Maxine

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Amend that to be:

How to overcome The Fear of Buying...Diamonds on the Web

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