Mags, in this instance, a sticky means that there is a detailed posting on the subject. And when you read it, it will have a much better knowledge of the issue. It will let you know when and how the I.A.P. logo, and usually what is not allowed, Most sites have a posting on this type of subjects, and if the logo or information can be passed on. Basically, it's a do's and don't's section. I am not a computer person, but this is what I was told they were. If it's not, then I was misinformed, and hopefully someone else can describe it better then I tried to do.Sorry to expose my ignorance, but what does that mean ? . In particular, I'm unfamiliar with the use of the word "sticky" in this way.
I cannot relate to this statement at all.I don't think I would want a customer chasing down the info on how pens are made or where the stuff comes from.
Try this link:Well, here is the link to one logo:
BUT on my computer, there is no explanation there. I did a "search" and that one logo without an explanation was the only thing that popped up. Anyone know where the "stickie" IS?
Len; The perception of the customer is what you are selling. If the customer has the impression that the parts cost only $15-$25, they likely will not want to pay $100+ for the pen.Why's that, what harm could it do?