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Re: [writers-660] Do you use facebook? - please read

From: April
Sent on: Monday, September 12, 2011 9:00 PM

Your seminars have been very helpful so I'm happy to support Michael.
I've "liked" his page on Facebook and hope it helps.

Regarding the October seminar, I think branding and marketing is an
excellent topic.


April D. Crews

Website: www.ResumesbyApril.c­om
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On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 2:13 PM, Robin Sullivan
<[address removed]> wrote:
> Hello all,
> As most know Michael's books were sold to Orbit and they just launched a
> facebook page for it. They are doing something kind of neat in that they are
> releasing "exceprts" of their books on this page after someone likes it.
> The really cool thing is the more "likes" the more of the books they give
> away for free.  Generating likes also shows them that Michael and myself
> have a following and it will drive them to put more money in the marketing
> program and order a larger number of print books. So.....
> If my seminars over the years have been helpful to you then you can "pay it
> forward" by going into facebook and liking the Riyria page...
> http://www.facebo...­
> Also...I'm setting up the next seminar for mid-October - just need to find
> out what day the library has availability. Any suggestions on topics?  I'm
> thinking of doing something on "branding".  Since this is something I've
> spent a lot of time on lately.  Or I can repeat one of the prveious semiar
> which are popular. If you have any suggestions/prefence­s - let me know.
> Thanks!
> Robin.
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