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I agree! In fact something that bothers me is that one of my closest friend's oldest children (who's 12) had a teacher this week wanted all of the students to create a Facebook profile for a caveman as a part of their assignment. They are all under 13. Fortunately the parents have been open with them enough that they all spoke up and told the their teacher they were not allowed to be on Facebook because they weren't old enough. It seems we need to be educating adults now as well.
Thank you Harold!
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Janet - you are absolutely right. Those who SAY they are are a dime a dozen. There is a difference between those you are and those who say the are.
You've added some great questions to the list too. I could have put together a list of 50 questions! Whoever is the candidate needs to know about marketing and the business they may be representing. You cannot effectively represent a business that you know zero about.
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