"Forget Spelling, learn selling"

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Emurelda

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This isn't as thorough an article or of much length as I would have liked. But it's still worth learning from. Written by a debut author.

And even better to share what works for us and maybe others can give their opinions on each step..but that's for another thread.

Here's the article.

BTW I originally read it as 'forget spelling, learn spelling'... and befuddled, I was.:confused:
 
Twitter 2 minutes max! Fakebook (as I call it) can sit in the background, for awhile ;)
 
I get fed up with both, though Facebook I use more for the chat to talk to my mum and show her photos of the kids blah blah etc... Twitter I'm only just really getting the hang of, but it's really detached feeling. I like to chat, have conversations you know? Otherwise I'd rather just be writing ;)
 
I get fed up with both, though Facebook I use more for the chat to talk to my mum and show her photos of the kids blah blah etc... Twitter I'm only just really getting the hang of, but it's really detached feeling. I like to chat, have conversations you know? Otherwise I'd rather just be writing ;)

Yep..I agree. Facebook is more for private family and friends. Although I don't post many personal stuff on there. Twitter is a shout out every now and then for fun and testing like @Brian Clegg does ..though not nearly as successful for me.

I too like conversations more but don't mind giving the odd announcement analogous to 'shouting from the rooftops'.
 
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