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Many thanks to SocialMagnets who created a great infographic called "10 Reasons why small businesses need an online presence" that inspired this post.
Excellent point. I think you hit the nail on the head. If you actually know your customers, and know what they want on a social channel like Pinterest, you'll know what to deliver to them without your bias getting in the way.
Thanks for sharing that Nana. I don't think those would have worked on me either. See what I mean? Either the subject line is great, or the message never gets opened.
Still laughing. Great post. I forgot the days of taking up your phone line because you had gone online. My CommodOrr 64k remembers though.....
Kent, thanks for the comments.
Great points. Thanks for your comments.