Missed My Calling: I Should Be a Papaya Clothing Marketer

I should write about women’s fashion more often. This Papaya Clothing store project is blowing up! On average, CultureFeast gets 60 visitors per day who are looking for information about Papaya clothing stores. There’s a seriously untapped market here. I should start a blog about the most popular women’s clothing stores: Papaya, Forever 21, and Charlotte Russe. Of course, I know absolutely nothing about women’s clothing, so I’d have to find some good writers to cover the details.

Being the domain name junkie that I am, I’ve already searched for good domain names should I seriously consider undertaking such an enterprise. unfortunately, there’s no time in the day. I’m gonna be a daddy, I have a full-time job, three blogs which don’t see enough action already, and a company blog which also needs more of my attention.

So here’s a free tip: if you’re reading this and you love women’s fashion (hopefully you’re a woman, but whatever), find yourself a domain and do some serious research. Find all the Papaya Clothing store locations you can find and post a list of them on your website. Become a resource for desperate shoppers all across the country.

Or you can just visit my website and keep your fingers crossed that my efforts will make a difference in getting their website finished.

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Daniel Dessinger

Daniel is an avid people watcher and writer who shares regularly on his self-awareness site, DanielDessinger.com. Founder of CultureFeast.com in 2005. Co-Founder of Mommypotamus.com in 2009. He's on a mission to challenge the questions we ask and the assumptions we make.

8 thoughts on “Missed My Calling: I Should Be a Papaya Clothing Marketer”

  1. We have far surpassed the 60 Papaya visitors per day who visit this site. You ladies rock! Keep hope alive! I’m doing my best to catch Papaya’s attention.

  2. Hi,
    I love to shop. But the most thing that interest me is this clothing that is not expensive and really affordable by anyone, interest me that it came to a point that I want to have my one store, I live in Hemet CA, Riverside County, which they really do need this kind of store and it’s a growing community. I don’t know how but I’m browsing, searching stuff that will give an idea about getting in this king of business, if this thing wll push through, I’m the 1st one to have a Papaya store here in Hemet. Thank you for your information. Hope you can give me some info. about franchising. 🙂

  3. I live in midland texas. Yup you guessed it not a whole lot of places tpo shop. We are 2 hrs from lubbock texas. I think lubbock would be a a great place to have a new papaya store. I would drive 2hrs. to shop there. I love there clothes. They are so affordable and they have such a great veriety of clothes.

  4. Is Papaya running yet? I went to papayaclothing.com and it said something about it being the domain page for bestpapaya.com and I need to download teh content or something? How do I do that?

  5. There’s a papaya where i live and while i really like their clothing i can no longer shop there because of the incompentent workforce.

  6. I am interested in franchise information about Papaya Clothing. I live in West Monroe. My phone number is 318-509-8882 or 504-382-8332. Thabk you for your help.

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