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The Social Media Revolution

...has reached me a long time ago, but I've only recently really connected my business to it. Here are some places you'll find me:



Facebook Group:





To see a list of all the sites my music also appears on, go to:


Now, I have to admit, I don't always get to all of them, but through Twitter, my Facebook and Plaxo updates are regular. I get messages through email from these platforms. Also, on the blog, down on the right hand sight, is Google Friend Connect, the future of social media, which allows all websites to become social media sites. Become a friend there.

So, see you soon on one of these!

PS - why don't you just subscribe to the RSS feed of this site (also on the right here), and get my blog in your mail-box! Internet Explorer users choose the "Atom" option, and click on "subscribe to this feed" just below the first paragraph on the new window.


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