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Thanks for your kind words Chandler!
Craig- You say that Eilidh is being harsh and presumptuous in her post.
Ironically, I feel that you are the one being a bit harsh and presumptuous in your comment to be honest.
The first one- You presume that Eilidh is looking at the catastrophes and trying to offer advice for how to increase traffic to the Skittles website. This is clearly not the case. She is obviously offering her thoughts behind remaining moral on social media and protecting young-ones from viewing swear words. I don't understand who considers it to be a "success" when children are exposed to foul language and nobody does anything to prevent it.
The third one- I don't even really understand your critisim here. All Eilidh is saying is that Amazon should have told the truth. It doesn't matter if they are not obliged to tell us or not. They should have told the truth, nothing really debateable here.
Glad you liked it! Also don't forget the important of developing yourself as an author by claiming your authorship.
It will benefit your future content and allow it to rank higher in the search engines.
Check out my post on it- http://socialmediatoday.com/danielblinman/961976/google-have-big-plans-authorship-you-should-too
No problem Kent.
Agreed! Powerful and quality content that helps, informs or even entertains your target audience is the key to developing your author rank.
Daniel @ Marketing By Web