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I read this great article the other day written by James Parsons on this website blog called www.boostlikes.com.  The author suggests that the majority of Facebook content is reposted and shared by other members and that only a small amount of content on Facebook is actually originally written.  This article is intended to promote content
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Although a Facebook page is free to create, and can be a great way to help promote your business online, it is absolutely no substitute for your own business website. We'll break down why posting your unique content exclusively on social media networks, and most importantly, NOT your own website could be helping Facebook's bottom line more than your own!
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If you are like us, you probably prefer the Gmail email application over the Microsoft email application.  It’s not that Office 365 is in any way inadequate, besides it’s lousey search function and horrid contact management.  We just prefer the simplicity of Google’s Gmail; the layout is clean, the search function is genious, and the
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