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Everyday you’re not staying in forefront of your subscribers minds, is another day they’ll forget all about you.

We can see it with even well known celebrities that have passed away. After the first anniversary of their death, they slow fade into obscurity.

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It’s already happened to Marilyn Monroe and John Lennon.

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