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    Bloggers: you are useless!

    http://tauerperfumes.com/blog/2016/12/22/mechanics/

    It is like paying by providing free samples to make draws with blogs, something that I have stopped completely. Why no free sample draws on blog? Because, and many of my colleagues could tell you the same, it has zero effect on sales. No return. Zero. Nada. Nothing. Furthermore, there, on the blogs, you talk to a closed circle. I could go into details but won't. Just take my word for it. Zero effect. Totally useless. Except for the fact that you might make some folks happy because they get a free sample.
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    My five cents: It is an example of the shifts happening; 10 years ago, it was a different world and the (few) blogs had some importance as intermediary to an interested and focused public that bought. These days, well, there are many more blogs and they talk to circles that are overlapping to a large extent and they are talking to a public that does not buy selective (artisanal limited distribution perfumery) niche, at least not in the extend they did in 2007; for many reasons that go beyond this post. And some of the blogs out there talk often in a confusing way, comparing artisanal with LVMH, expecting mass market esthetics in artisanal perfumery, pricing like in a drugstore, or in the contrary applauding 400$ fragrances, not understanding any of the market's mechanics, without questioning what is happening, mixing opinions and facts, in a fake news way. Very unprofessional many of them. Hurting more than helping. Sorry.

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    http://takeonethingoff.com/blog/2016...-the-perfumes/

    This is the blog he seems to be talking about...

    If anyone can explain to me the market's mechanics, what is happening with the overpriced perfumes, feel free to post it!

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    Maybe Andy is having a bad year .
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    He still took time to tell us that, so...?

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    Honestly, I'm not sure where the problem is in this story. In this particular post, the author gave her opinion on this particular marketing strategy and her view on the fragrances. Which is perfectly fine, that's what blogs are for, her blog, her personal space, her thoughts. A reader can agree. Or not. End of story.

    On the other hand, I'm not sure what message is Andy trying to convey. I respect his work and he's a talented perfumer, no question there but that aside, what is the message? That bloggers aren't important enough to boost sales and that nobody should provide them with samples because that marketing is of no use? I do understand that some bloggers blog for PR stuff etc. But you can easily detect those. On the other hand many of them do it for the pure love of perfume and provide us with some beautiful thoughts and descriptions that I love to read. And yes, I don't think I have ever bought a perfume immediately based only on somebody's post, but it sure did trigger my interest more times than I can remember which led to buying a sample and then possibly a bottle. So, saying they're of no use is a bit harsh. They spread the word. The community of true perfumistas at which these specific perfumes are targeted at is limited by definition and it's a world where basically every sold bottle counts. And I love to read posts on perfumes and different opinions whether I agree or not, it's what keeps the community alive.
    Opinions on perfumes are extremely personal, everybody knows that, what I like or don't is my thing. Everyone gets to choose what to write in his/hers personal space.
    My opinon is that sending free samples is a good thing if a brand can afford it. Recently, a brand sent me free sample after creating account on website. I bought that same perfume from them shortly after. And I'm not sure that I'd ever go searching for that particular sample myself because it's not something I usually go for,looking at notes only. So a bottle sold thanks to sample provided. Simple as that.
    In the end, to each their own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by epapsiou View Post
    Maybe Andy is having a bad year .
    This was my guess too. Very disappointing to read his post, especially given how much work ClaireV puts into her writing. There was nothing confusing in that piece to me, and it was fairly clear that she was not applauding a $400 perfume.
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    If there's anything confusing there, it's that passive-aggressive rant of a frustrated perfumer who owes pretty most of his (briefly-well-deserved-now-completely-undeserved-since-years) fame to blogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suppressor View Post
    http://takeonethingoff.com/blog/2016...-the-perfumes/

    This is the blog he seems to be talking about...

    If anyone can explain to me the market's mechanics, what is happening with the overpriced perfumes, feel free to post it!
    For a moment there, I thought he was talking about me (a recent blog post of mine about L'AdDM being the precipitator). LOL.

    First, I'd say that blogs are meant to convey personal opinions; blogs that go beyond this may open themselves up to criticism. For example, if someone says, "I know that Andy Tauer could sell his scents at half their current prices and still make a very good living," then I would need more specifics (that are verifiable). Otherwise, I would deem that to be inappropriate. Second, after the recent Presidential election, it seems that "fake facts" carry more weight than real ones - it may be insane, but it's the new reality. Thus, expecting anonymous bloggers to meet some sort of high, Andy Tauer standard, is really outright laughable. He seems like a nice guy who is dedicated to the craft, but I'm not interested in the drama, the fake history (you know who I'm referencing there!), etc., just the olfactory concoctions. I like to blog because it creates a kind of "time capsule" for my thoughts at a given time, but otherwise I think most people these days need to spend less time ranting online, and that probably includes myself!

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    Yes, Colin, my point exactly. I think he owes a whole lot to blogs just to be bashing them like that. The way he puts it, it sounds like in the end it's all about the profit for him actually. He made it sound like that himself. No sales - no samples. No sales - bloggers are no good.
    Maybe he just expressed himself poorly but still.

    And what about sharing samples in order to share your work with perfume lovers? Some brands still do it (alas, not many these days). And yes,they too want to sell bottles, but they also want people to see their work, to discuss about it, to get to know it... and people appreciate that.

    Claire expressed her love and admiration for Andy's work more than once, writing one of the most beautiful reviews on LADDM I've ever read, among other things. And if anything, she's one of those that truly write out of love and passion for perfume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigsly View Post
    For a moment there, I thought he was talking about me (a recent blog post of mine about L'AdDM being the precipitator). LOL.

    First, I'd say that blogs are meant to convey personal opinions; blogs that go beyond this may open themselves up to criticism. For example, if someone says, "I know that Andy Tauer could sell his scents at half their current prices and still make a very good living," then I would need more specifics (that are verifiable). Otherwise, I would deem that to be inappropriate. Second, after the recent Presidential election, it seems that "fake facts" carry more weight than real ones - it may be insane, but it's the new reality. Thus, expecting anonymous bloggers to meet some sort of high, Andy Tauer standard, is really outright laughable. He seems like a nice guy who is dedicated to the craft, but I'm not interested in the drama, the fake history (you know who I'm referencing there!), etc., just the olfactory concoctions. I like to blog because it creates a kind of "time capsule" for my thoughts at a given time, but otherwise I think most people these days need to spend less time ranting online, and that probably includes myself!
    Now this is the kind of "Old Guy" Levity that I appreciate as an Old Guy.

    The OP I would recommend that you have a Chat with Bigsly in regards to "Overpriced Perfumes" He'll set you straight.
    As to the Mechanics of the Industry, well Tauer, I am sure, has a View that has merit.
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    I will begin by saying that Andy's diatribe was odd, some may say uncalled for- however, he's entitled to his views just as we all are- although pouring them out like that on the web creates a persona which can be very hard to expunge later on.
    Bloggers can (likewise) do as they please, their space, their time and the crux of the matter, their opinions- unless- they are recounting something in numbers or giving facts, which are patently false.

    I agree with ClaireV, samples make a difference, not to your mall-buying-average-joe/Jane but to a lot of folks like us. Has Andy ever thought that perhaps sampling his perfumes may have actually "turned-off" quite a few folks from his work. Count me among them, I don't own a single Andy Tauer perfume and don't plan to. Here's the reason...
    Every perfumer has a certain signature characteristic, the more one learns about perfumery, the more one smells, the higher the chance you can train yourself to detect it. It's just like music, I can tell between electric guitar players like Joe Satriani, Edge (U2) and Santana just by listening for less than a minute. They all have their signature riffs, ways of dealing with the same music- it's a stamp.
    I just happen to not like Andy's- simple as that. And this is the first time I've ever commented on it.

    Dusita's success is a surprise. We all wish it more of it, but the thing to observe is whether it would last?
    Personally, not particularly interested in any of the three perfumes.

    I was recently in Dubai- and good Lord- the variety of perfumes both European and lesser known companies (huge market of local Arab perfumeries, especially in context of real oudh concoctions). The market is immense and I didn't see anyone going for FM's Al-Lail (the night) rather folks (not just Arabs but a very diverse population) buying bagloads of the Other perfumeries output, names I have bare familiarity with. Ah, and that reminds me, TF was doing good business in the perfume souks!

    It is a huge market, and one can't put a finger on one single aspect yielding real influence on its direction.
    However, it does boil down to that poor appendage called nose deciding and the weight of your money speaking.
    And no one controls it but the buyer, thus deciding what that perfume is truly worth.

    PS: whenever I've responded to such perfume tangles (and believe me there have been a lot in the past), part of my scientific brain derides me for participating in 'the storm in a teacup'. Still, got to take a sip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadidol View Post
    This was my guess too. Very disappointing to read his post, especially given how much work ClaireV puts into her writing. There was nothing confusing in that piece to me, and it was fairly clear that she was not applauding a $400 perfume.
    To me she was actually applauding these prices, or at least the strategy.
    Why would anyone be disappointed about a perfumer who gives his honest opinion?

    Ten years ago, I could easily get free samples from companies.
    I remember Montale sending me 4ml spray samples, highly concentrated, of 3 Aouds. For zero euro.
    Now, the ones who don't sell a discovery set / sample set (which gets more and more expensive), don't even bother answering me about samples.
    This shows to me that Andy hit the nail on the head about samples.

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    At least he acknowledges (although mostly in the past tense) that good or at least decent fragrance blogs do exist - although perhaps he limits the uselessness argument largely to the impact on his turnover/sales/revenue and less to the general, overall quality of any, each and every blog
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nairn View Post
    I will begin by saying that Andy's diatribe was odd, some may say uncalled for- however, he's entitled to his views just as we all are- although pouring them out like that on the web creates a persona which can be very hard to expunge later on.
    Bloggers can (likewise) do as they please, their space, their time and the crux of the matter, their opinions- unless- they are recounting something in numbers or giving facts, which are patently false.

    I agree with ClaireV, samples make a difference, not to your mall-buying-average-joe/Jane but to a lot of folks like us. Has Andy ever thought that perhaps sampling his perfumes may have actually "turned-off" quite a few folks from his work. Count me among them, I don't own a single Andy Tauer perfume and don't plan to. Here's the reason...
    Every perfumer has a certain signature characteristic, the more one learns about perfumery, the more one smells, the higher the chance you can train yourself to detect it. It's just like music, I can tell between electric guitar players like Joe Satriani, Edge (U2) and Santana just by listening for less than a minute. They all have their signature riffs, ways of dealing with the same music- it's a stamp.
    I just happen to not like Andy's- simple as that. And this is the first time I've ever commented on it.

    Dusita's success is a surprise. We all wish it more of it, but the thing to observe is whether it would last?
    Personally, not particularly interested in any of the three perfumes.

    I was recently in Dubai- and good Lord- the variety of perfumes both European and lesser known companies (huge market of local Arab perfumeries, especially in context of real oudh concoctions). The market is immense and I didn't see anyone going for FM's Al-Lail (the night) rather folks (not just Arabs but a very diverse population) buying bagloads of the Other perfumeries output, names I have bare familiarity with. Ah, and that reminds me, TF was doing good business in the perfume souks!

    It is a huge market, and one can't put a finger on one single aspect yielding real influence on its direction.
    However, it does boil down to that poor appendage called nose deciding and the weight of your money speaking.
    And no one controls it but the buyer, thus deciding what that perfume is truly worth.


    PS: whenever I've responded to such perfume tangles (and believe me there have been a lot in the past), part of my scientific brain derides me for participating in 'the storm in a teacup'. Still, got to take a sip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vernona View Post
    Honestly, I'm not sure where the problem is in this story. In this particular post, the author gave her opinion on this particular marketing strategy and her view on the fragrances. Which is perfectly fine, that's what blogs are for, her blog, her personal space, her thoughts. A reader can agree. Or not. End of story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Agree with you .
    I agree with this also.
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    Opinions don't have to be agreed with. It's what makes us individuals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suppressor View Post
    To me she was actually applauding these prices, or at least the strategy.
    Why would anyone be disappointed about a perfumer who gives his honest opinion?
    I don't think she was applauding the prices in any way. I believe she, as anyone else, rather pays less than more. She was actually pointing out the well thought out marketing and succesful business strategy that allowed Dusita as a newbie in perfume industry to get away with such high prices and still get good reviews.
    As in - they must be pretty smart and know the business to get away with it all.
    But only time will tell how truly good and succesful Dusita is.

    And, why would one perfumer even care about other perfumers pricing? He has his own brand and his prices. Unless he too wonders how the heck they did it.

    I'm aware this will probably get me into more, possibly even meaningless discussion but I just couldn't not respond. I don't believe anyone applaudes astronomic pricing and/or wants to pay more than necessary, but in the end we all decide for ourselves to whom and how much money we're about to shell out for a bottle of perfume.
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    Cut Andy some slack. He offers a creative product line at fair and reasonable prices and has been a true leader in niche perfumery. It must be difficult to see an upstart achieve commercial success at astronomical prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trilby Lark View Post
    Cut Andy some slack. He offers a creative product line at fair and reasonable prices and has been a true leader in niche perfumery. It must be difficult to see an upstart achieve commercial success at astronomical prices.
    This too is absolutely true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadidol View Post
    This was my guess too. Very disappointing to read his post, especially given how much work ClaireV puts into her writing. There was nothing confusing in that piece to me, and it was fairly clear that she was not applauding a $400 perfume.
    My thoughts PRECISELY.

    Andy has always been a very kind soul, but I do wonder that perhaps there is some unresolved anger/frustration (perhaps at very real situations) that lead to this uncharacteristic response.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suppressor View Post
    http://takeonethingoff.com/blog/2016...-the-perfumes/

    This is the blog he seems to be talking about...

    If anyone can explain to me the market's mechanics, what is happening with the overpriced perfumes, feel free to post it!
    IME the offerings of the industry are a mirror of the market. The goal of the industry is to offer products that will sell, that people want and will buy. For some strange reason it's often seen in the opposite way with individuals blaming the industry for some perceived shortcoming in their (limited) view.

    It seems popular to deride expensive perfumes while often reciting the ridiculous claim that no perfume in the world costs more than a few bucks to make. Well, it's not that hard to look up prices of various ingredients, with top of the line materials often exceeding $100/mL it seems like a ridiculous claim to make, and only serves to placate the folks who are all offended about some things being higher priced than they can afford, or that don't conform to their own personal values. Well, not everyone can afford Ferrari or Bentley, but deriding their existence is self-centered and makes them seem foolish...imo.

    So, what IS happening with "overpriced" (that's also a ridiculous claim) perfumes? People are buying them, surprise! It turns out there are people in this world willing to spend the cash. If you haven't noticed globalization has created quite a bit of new wealth in many different countries and these folks are willing to spend. And it's even more surprising to learn that these "overpriced" perfumes often do contain materials and artistry that make them worth it to the people who buy them. It's easy to think that they're just getting taken by "faux luxury", but sorry... that's not always the case.

    And with perfume, you can only use so much of it, even very expensive fragrances don't cost much on a per-use basis. Many people spend multiples of what the most expensive perfumes cost on coffee, buying $5 drinks from Starbucks every day, then they deride expensive fragrance? Those priorities seem backwards to me, but whatever.

    As far as sampling, all I can say is for me, Andy Tauer is very wrong. If you don't make samples available to me, or make them very expensive, I'll never even consider a buy. Unless samples make it clear that I just shouldn't buy a fragrance, which has been the case for the half dozen Tauers I've tried. I simply don't like them, so in this case samples encourage me not to buy. OTOH, I got access to reasonably priced samples of Puredistance and since then I've spend about $1k on their products. Funny how sampling removes the hype and allows fragrances to be chosen for their actual performance, good for some but not so good for others I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trilby Lark View Post
    Cut Andy some slack. He offers a creative product line at fair and reasonable prices and has been a true leader in niche perfumery. It must be difficult to see an upstart achieve commercial success at astronomical prices.
    Maybe he'll learn something. Not everything is about value for the money. Not everyone cares, some just want something special and are willing to pay whatever that may cost.

    OTOH, there are a lot of folks that buy based on value, I do on many things but fragrance isn't one of them. My own business is based on offering folks the absolute best value for the money, but that's only part of the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadidol View Post
    This was my guess too. Very disappointing to read his post, especially given how much work ClaireV puts into her writing. There was nothing confusing in that piece to me, and it was fairly clear that she was not applauding a $400 perfume.
    Hmm... My takeaway from the article was ClaireV was positively gushing over the company's success in comparison to other niche perfumers. Their ability to charge high prices seems to be the driving force of her admiration.

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    I could go into details but won't. Just take my word for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trilby Lark View Post
    Hmm... My takeaway from the article was ClaireV was positively gushing over the company's success in comparison to other niche perfumers. Their ability to charge high prices seems to be the driving force of her admiration.
    That's what I got from it as well... This seems to be a case of separate realities and possible misinterpretation. I think that Claire V is the only one that can truly shed light on this... Personally, I really enjoy her posts here as well as her blog.
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    Here's the thing: good perfumers are seldom good marketers. If anyone's hoping to sell more products by offering free samples in a blog draw, then he needs to revisit Marketing 101 lessons.

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    If I had a dollar for every time a successful perfumer dissed perfume blogs, I could afford one of Tauer's perfumes.




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