If Its Good Enough for Sally Count Me In!

mastermind communityIt may come as no surprise, but the recommendation for the 100 Blog comment challenge came from my friend Sally Neil, she is incredible.

Just like Sally, I am in the 100 Blog Comment Challenge and am looking forward to getting out there and making new friends.

If you want to find out more about this challenge, click on the image above and all will be revealed.

Okay I am back to finish this post off.

I have just finished day one of  a webinar with Chris Farrell in which he explains how to use Facebook to its full potential. There is some killer information in his presentation, of which I have already implemented some.

I am going to write this up and provide you all with a free no strings attached copy for a few days. I will try and get it written by next Friday.

In the meantime if you can I recommend that you attend day 2 of this free event by following this link Chris Farrell – This link will open in a new window.

One quick mindset tip for Facebook, it is only us that calls them fan pages. Facebook call them pages for a reason, they are there for you to use, to help promote your business, here is a great example…Armed Forces Day

Well this post is a bit scatty, but tonight I had scheduled  according to my diary a ‘Night off, get some rest and early to bed’

Great when life throws you a curve ball, always be ready for the opportunities when they arise, because you never know the value in the suprise until you open the box.

Look forward to visiting your blog, once I have had some sleep.

117 comments

  1. Hi Igor,
    The first to comment for a change. (usually get there 2 days late)
    Chris Farrell is another one of the good guys out there.
    You will learn a lot from him.
    looking forward to your report.
    Pete

    1. I like to make these rash comments. However as I now live my life backwards, I will have time to write the report.

      I work weekends and have mid week off, contractors – doing the jobs tha no one else wants to.

  2. Hi Igor, I completely agree that we should always look at the opportunities that are presented to us. You can choose to walk away afterwards but you will never know what could have been if you don’t look in the first place!

    Enjoy the journey.

    Mandy

    1. Being tired is a lot less painful than the lifetime of self kicking you will inflict, when you realise you missed your golden opportunity.

      You are right, take a look and if its not for you then at least you know. Nothing ventured nothing gained

  3. Hi Igor, great to see you’re in the 100 blog comment challenge.

    I hope that you’ve managed to get some rest, you’re going to need it for the challenge ha ha.

    I’ve added you to my contributors page and the twitter list.

    Best of luck with your webinars, catch up soon, Barry

  4. Hi Igor
    I like meeting other people who have a glass that’s ‘half full’…you have to be optimistic..life’s just way too short.
    Great to have you on board the challenge 🙂
    Cheers
    Steve

    1. One great piece of advice that I received was to avoid people that are ‘morale vacuums’. The kind of people that can suck the life out of a room or conversation as soon as they enter.

  5. Hi Igor, good luck with the 100 comment challenge. It’s truly keep us all busy in such a most productive way. Thanks for the Face book information I will be looking forward for more. Terry Conti

    1. Thanks for the comment. As for Facebook, when you look into the power of their system it is trully amazing the viral power that they have created. Hopefully will manage to cover most of this in the guide.

  6. Good for you Igor, keep to your schedule and get some sleep. 8) The problem with Internet Marketing is that you can do it 24 hours a day, and some people seem to try this. Being fully rested is far more productive than working dog-tired.

    Good luck with the 100 comment challenge Igor.

    John

    1. You are of course right, you cannot market when you are dead, or at least you contribute any more.

      I wrote a post about the $100 mints.

      Having tried to get too much done, I was well behind schedule and I forgot to brush my teeth as I rushed of to work.
      No problem a packet of mints would sort that out…I was hyper-sensitive to the ingredients and spent a day in bed recovering.

      Thanks for the reminder John, go at your own pace and look after your self.

  7. Hi Igor,

    Glad you decided to take Sally’s advise and joint the Challenge, Sally seems to be a lady who really knows how to do things properly in the Internet Marketing world. Another such person is Chris Farrell, I have been a follower of his for some time and he always gives such easy to follow, helpful information. I haven’t watched Chris’s Facebook video’s as yet, I am a bit like you, not enough hours in the day.

    Enjoy the challenge and good luck with your future success.

    Take care.

    Robyn

  8. Hello Igor,
    Good thing you are gonna write it up for us! I have just started Alex Jeffreys class and I am all webinared out!! Trying to FOCUS!!!

    Give a holler when you get that done!

    Take care and God bless!

    Lisa~

    p.s. Sally is a wonderful gal!!

    1. One great tip for listening to the MWA modules is to download the audio files and play the audio at a faster speed, I use 150%. This will turn Marketing with Alex into Marketing with Chipmunks. The comedy value when Alex laughs is worth trying at least once!

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  10. Hi Igor…

    We all love Sally! You should check out MoreMonthly forum where Sally also hangs out. There are some great marketers who hang out in there 😉

    You mentioned Chris Farrell…one of my very favorite teachers ever! He is simply the best online.

    Good luck with the challenge. I’ve enjoyed reading on your blog 😉
    Kathy

    1. Hi Kathy

      I took a quick look at the sales page for moremonthly.com, I am guessing this is the site you mean.

      Thanks for the link to your post about outsourcing.

      I may have to find a new writer as my current one got the hump, when I asked them to call back as I was on the Facebook webinar with Chris Ferrell last weekend!

  11. Hi Igor, I havent come across Chris Farrell but I think others on this challenge have spoken about him. He runs some kind of coaching program. I look forward to reading your updates on the Face book coarse that you attended.
    I am always keen to learn new things on social media any tips would be greatly appreciated. Good luck with the challenge Many Thanks.

    1. What struck me about Chris Farrell on the webinar, was that he did not hide his lack of knowledge and like us was truly astounded by the content that we were learning. He came across and I am sure that he is, a very honest and kind person.

  12. Hi Igor,
    Need to get a bit more involved with facebook so I will look forward to your posts…
    This 100 post challenge has been good fun but rather time consuming…loving it. Met some great people.
    Good to meet you.
    Cheers
    Bryan

    1. Thanks for the comment, I am going to make a very short video about how I monitor what sites I have visited and of course whether they are providing traffic. I was going to do it today but my old headset died.

  13. Igor,
    I’m happy to join in with this merry band of 100 Comment Challenge people. I’m enjoying visiting blogs and getting to know people 🙂

  14. Hi Igor

    I’m looking forward to seeing your Facebook post, I’ve never took the time to figure out how to use it properly.

    Good luck with the Challenge.

    Lynn

    1. Hi Lynn

      The trouble with Facebook is the more you look at it, the bigger it gets! Hopefully will have something half decent to place on the blog tomorrow.

  15. Hi Igor,

    I have seen those Facebook fan pages and thought they were pretty cool. I guess it is another type of Web 2.0 bookmarking but with the difference that people can write on your fan page and comment on your posts/status updates. Let us know when you set it up so that we can all become fans and kick it off to a good start.

    Michael.

    1. Ha Ha, You thought the same as me, until I really looked into it

      As I was researching the contents for my guide to Facebook, I came across their definitions.

      Groups are is for fans and Page are for business…I explain this better in the guide

      The Pages and Groups are up and running now!

  16. HI Igor,
    Great fun reading your story here. You seem to be enjoying getting a lot out of the I M.
    Alex Jeffrys as a Chipmunk well that’s a first! Must do it!
    Will look into Chris Farrell, who I know little of, but that means nothing!
    Looking forward to reading about Facebook as I know zilch about it there is just so much to do, it’s hard to know what is the most beneficial medium?
    Good luck on the challenge, and glad you like the music on my blog
    cheers and look forward to returning soon.
    Richard
    follow me on Twitter if you dare http://twitter.com/rich1d
    My recent post

    1. There is a definite buzz happening with Facebook at the moment, Mark Anastasi has just created a new page and is calling for Facebook ideas, now is the right time to take a look.

  17. Hi Igor
    You seem like a busy guy , what with you`re day job and stuff……Where do you find the time??….Anyway welcome to the challenge & good luck….
    I have a facebook account but I hardly use it, maybe I should!!
    I`m looking forward to reading your report

    all the best
    Cheers …..MIKE

    1. One thing I found is that, if you look after yourself, ie eat properly, your energy levels go through the roof. You can then get so much more done. I hope you like the guide, it was a massive learning experience for me. I am taking it offline now, so I make it pretty and of course add anything that you may think is missing.

  18. Hi Igor

    Well I am only too happy to help you get to your total of 100 blogs and I know my fellow students will also help.

    A little about me – My name is Sue McDonald and I am a student of Mark Terrell and I am actually going through the course a second time – by invitation. I love it and know if I do all he says, I will be successful. I am Australian but the US is my second home as I have family there and visit quite often. This is why I started Internet Marketing so I can travel whenever I want and have the money to do what I want.

    Well I hope you are doing well and you become very successful. I would love you to come visit my blog and leave a comment.

    Kind regards

    Sue

  19. Hey Igor,

    Came over to continue the conversation, Awesome challenge, really great way to meet interesting bloggers – like yourself!
    I have to say that I LOVED your comment on my blog and that is why I came over, you really did add value to the post and that is what commenting is all about really – the relationship is a byproduct.
    I got that chris farrell invite (used to be in his membership) but no time to watch and learn. Would love to see a post with your spin/summary on it Igor.
    Take care – enjoy the challenge
    Alex

    1. Hi Alex there are choices you could do all 100 comments in an hour, but you can guess what the quality of the comments would be!

      It takes me about 90 minutes to visit 10 blogs, as I really want to add value and not just spam new friends. As you took the time to come over, I have sent you a gift, unfortunately I could not scan in a bottle of wine, so I hope you like the alternative.

  20. Igor,

    I saw the 100 Blog Comment Challenge on Sally’s blog and I thought of joining, but then again, I have my own work I am getting done and don’t wan to lose focus. It was tempting though to join in.

    Cheryl Jones

  21. Hi Igor,

    I couldn’t make Chris Farrell’s Facebook webinars but have the recordings to watch. It’s all about time isn’t it.

    Chris seems to be quite excited about Social Marketing, Facebook in particular so I will keep a close eye on him as he always explains things very well.

    I’m definitely finding some interesting blogs with this challenge!

    regards,

    Dave

  22. Hi Igor

    I’m looking forward to your Facebook write up, I joined Facebook a while back but haven’t done anything with it apart from upload one photo!

    The site has so many users it must have huge potential for promoting our businesses.

    Good luck with your biz!

    1. Hi Stuart

      I had the same attitude to Facebook, I knew there must be more to it but could not decide what it was. Writing a guide was a great excuse to explore and Chris Farrells webinar was brilliant spring board into action. The guide is written, it just needs a bit of layout work, then it will be ready.

  23. Hi Igor:

    You are a friend of Sally and Sally is my friend. This tells me I have to be super nice to you. ( just kidding) I know Chris Farrell. I like him and his approach towrds Internet Marketing. I loved his first Free ebook. Now his membership site is also great. Face book is a powerful social media but I did not work with it for long and finally I signed off. I have to retry it. So, you are doing good. You have a great mentor who loves guiding the students. Soon I will see even better post. I will like to read your future post.
    Now, you have to do some work for the 100 comments challenge. Read my blog post and write a comment for me.

    Chat again
    Fran Aslam

  24. Hi Igor,

    Facebook is a place where in my opinion you can really find out who people are. Granted there are a lot of accounts made solely for business, but if you want to be transparent Facebook is the place to do it. You can let many people, fans, subscribers into your life using FB.

    Let me know when you have that book online 🙂

    1. I use Facebook for my business as a credit check on people from other sites, especially Twitter. ‘Follow me I’m an expert…’ you check them on Facebook and well the reality is a little less impressive shall we say…

  25. Hi Igor,

    I am beginning on my plan to start a Facebook’s “Fan Page for my up-coming membership site so I will be interested about what you learned here. Is that the webinar that Mike is doing together for their up coming product?

    Cheers
    Jason Ser

    1. Now that I have abandoned my plans to sell my guide, do not know where that came from, I can focus on getting it finished. Should be ready in about a week.

    1. Chris speaks in an incredibly clear and engaging way. With regards to the guide, I Lost the plot for a bit and got all Clickbank focussed, sell it? Far too much hassle and not my style. The Facebook guide will be ready in a couple of weeks just got to reformat, I have realised that Open office is the text editor to use if you want to create secure PDFs

  26. Hi Igor,

    I was due to attend these webinar’s with Chris Farrell. He is another marketer I like to follow. He is a true gentleman and my god does he love his dogs or what!!

    With it being over the weekend it’s hard to concentrate on the net as it really is family time then. So I will be looking forward to your report and what happened.

    Cheers

    Craig

  27. I watched the Chris Farell Webinar on Facebook too. We can take a valuable lesson from his comment about him having to understand things really well first before he can do them.

    There are many different models for internet marketing but really understanding the one you choose is essential for success.

    Sandy

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  29. Hi, Igor,
    I want that report too! Sounds really interesting. I am a newbie and hope to be making consistent sales on a daily basis sooner, rather than later.
    Good luck!
    Fran T

  30. Hey Igor,

    Good post,

    I found out about the 100 comment challenge from Sally too!

    And with Facebook…I know I need to take advantage of it but that is something of a blindspot for me so far. Thanks for sharing what you have been doign with everyone.

    Peace,
    Darren L Carter

    1. I really did not have a clue about Facebook before Chris’ weekend webinars, I knew it had potential, I just did not realise how much.

  31. Hi Igor

    I agree we should grab opportunities. I’d neglected my blog whilst I built other sites and am using the 100 Blog Comment Challenge to get my internet marketing online business back on track.

    I’ve posted a link to this page on identi.ca for you (makes a change from Twitter!)

    1. I am still trying to get my blogging rhythm, sorted and whilst doing this challenge I tried to use a variety of social bookmarking sites, of course those outside the challenge must be wondering what is going on!

  32. Hi Igor
    You have got me curious about Facebook, Sally Neill and Chris Farrell
    Looks like I am not going to get much sleep either.
    Good luck with the challenge and with your business
    All the best
    Eamon

  33. Hi Igor,

    Thanks for your post.

    I’m interested in your comment:

    “The best lesson I could give you today…Get a mentor and follow them to the end of the earth, if you are consistent in your actions then you will achieve your goal”

    A number of people have mentioned their own mentors on this thread.

    I’m a strong believer in having a mentor, in fact back in 2006 I met Neil Stafford and Neil Travers. I wasn’t a newbie and I was making money online fulltime since early 2003 but with their heads for business I was able to earn a living in the golf niche and stop jumping from one thing to the next -the classic bright shiny object syndrome!

    Most successful IMers have a number of mentors before they make it full time and we all have different stories – but definitely having a mentor makes a big difference.

    All the best.

    Kind Regards

    Andy

    1. I may still have to rely on my day job income at the moment, but there are real foundations being laid for my future freedom and these are built to last. Not every mentor knows everything which is why mentoring, should always be a 2 way street.

  34. Hi Igor
    Isn’t the challenge fun? I’ve learned more in it than I have elsewhere in a long time. Everybody has a little or big something to throw in.

    See ya.

    Alex

    1. This is the key to blogging, no one knows everything and we all have our angles on a topic that add more to the overall picture. With all these angles the final picture provides far more information, so never be afraid to speak up.

  35. Hi Igor,

    I recently signed up for facebook and haven’t a clue how to use it for business promotion so will look forward to your write up on the subject.

    “I shall return” as General Douglas Macarthur said.

    Regards,

    Bill

  36. Hello Igor, I’m glad you joined the challenge. Everybody counts and it’s fun. Chris Farrell is a very cool dude. He also provides excellent content at his site and most of it’s free. Good luck and be well. Steve D.

    1. If you ever get the chance to attend one of his Webinars, I recommend that you do not pass up the chance. Chris is a natural mentor, who infects everyone around him with enthusiasm.

  37. Hi Igor,

    Welcome to the challenge! Yes Sally is incredible and.. everywhere! 🙂

    Facebook definitely gives us a big potential to internet marketers and Chris Farrell knows how to market on Facebook.

    By the way did you implement something on Facebook? You said about giving as a free copy by next Friday.. :).

    Anyway, enjoy the challenge!

    Take care,
    Andreas

    1. Hi Andreas the challenge has been fantastic and even more challenging as I was away on holiday last week, so I had to complete the challenge before in about a week.

      I did release a working copy of my Facebook guide over that weekend, it is now undergoing an update, this is the fun and nightmare of Facebook. The update will be available to my list.

  38. Hi Igor

    Any friend of Sally’s is a good friend of mine. Welcome to the challenge I’m glad you decided to join and I’m looking forward to hearing about how you get on with facebook.

    Regards

    Dawn Kay

    1. Aargh…okay, as there appears to be a queue waiting for an intro to Facebook, I will write up a post on Monday about the basics, but if you want the full detail you will have to join my mailing list, lol.

  39. Hi Igor, I look forward to your review of Chris Farrell’s event. He’s got a great attitude and market sense. I just started being active on facebook so I’m hoping to get up to speed soon. Best of luck in the challenge ahead Igor, be well, Steve D.

    1. Hi Steve, the first Facebook write up was really a journey of discovery and the update which amazingly is already needed will add further detail.

  40. Hi Igor,

    Great to meet you on the challenge and enjoying my first visit to your blog.

    Facebook does seem to be all the rage at the moment Igor, I haven’t got round to using it much yet. But I am sure if Chris Farrell is working on it I will have to get moving an have a look at his webinars pretty sharp.

    Good luck with the challenge.

  41. Hi Igor

    Coincidentally I have also got to know about the 100 blog comment challenge from our lovely blog hopping pro Sally 🙂

    I am yet to explore facebook and how it works for marketing – only heard of fan pages but still don’t know really where and how it is used … so your report will be a good start …

    And get some rest as you have worked of your pre-planned night-off 🙂

    Nice to meet you and welcome to the 100 blog post challenge.

    Cheers!
    Abizer

    1. Facebooks time really has come for internet marketing or more importantly relationship marketing. The guide is going to be updated and released to my list, so if you want a copy you will have to opt in, as this is guide fits in really well with with my training series.

  42. Hi Igor,

    I finally got here! I have been blog hopping in my sleep the last week! There have been some amazing blogs that have joined this challenge I have been getting myself sidetracked and stuck reading!

    I did not realise the level of commitment this challenge was going to take. Definite Oops on that one! 😳

    First I would like to say THANK YOU!!

    THANK YOU for being such am awesome contributor to the challenge. I have been around to everyone’s blogs in the last couple of days to do a rough tally of everyone’s comments and I think you have just about visited everyone!! Absolutely AWESOME!

    I just hope everyone else will do the same. It is up to all the contributors now as to whether this challenge really succeeds for everyone!

    Second I am really curious on learning more about the power of Facebook! Had better put that on my list of things to learn. I will be interested on your results from your studies.

    See you back here soon. I will be back in a couple of days to check on everyone and how their comments are going!

    Hope all is great. And Thank You For Being Awesome!!

    Cheers

    Jacinta 😀

    1. Thanks Jacinta

      I have only just come back from a weeks holiday, so for the 2 days prior to the holiday start, if I was not sleeping I was adding comments to peoples blogs, I did manage to visit all those on the list!

      It has been a great challenge and every one is playing fair, I have noticed the tweets coming in whilst I was on holiday, easy to sneak a peek at a phone, laptops are not quite so discreet!

      Facebook is absolutely massive for business and relationship building, especially at the moment. There are not many of us who really know what we are doing with Facebook for marketing, thus it really is a team effort to make the most of it.

  43. Hey Igor,

    Awww thanks for the shout out, your so lovely 😉

    Actually took a bit or arm twisting from Jacinta to get me participating but I am really glad I did now.

    I dont really know much about Chris Farell to be honest but if you are giving him the thumbs up I will take a lot.

    I am fast becoming a facebook addict I am going to have to stop going on so much!

    Catch you soon, Your friend, Sally 🙂

    1. I cannot remember how I got involved in the blog challenge, but I am glad that I did, it has been great seeing the skill and love that others put into their blogs.

  44. Igor, I think the month is winding on down and I have so many to visit before the month’s end. It has been great fun reading all of these blogs and many of the comments.

    I never dreamed it was going to be a full time job for a while, but I have learned a a lot as I am sure everyone has.

    Blessing,

    Justin

  45. Hi Igor,

    Great post. Funny though that some people have posted on my blog thinking you were reaching out to me! It is unusual to have more than one Sally around.

    The other Sally and I have communicated a bit and she is a lovely lady for sure! She was my inspiration to get involved and join the 100 comment challenge and I have to say, even though it can be a bit time consuming it is really fun.

    It’s really insightful to read all the posts and amazing how we are all connected through this challenge.

    Take care and all the best!
    Sally Cevasco

  46. igor:

    I got involved in the 100 Comment Challenge kind of late so I have been busy trying to visit everyone by the end of August.

    Through this challenge I have found some really great blogs that I plan on visiting on a regular basis.

    Good luck to you!

    – Rick

  47. Hi Igor,

    Please let me first congratulate you on your excellent taste, I’m also a student of Alex Jeffreys and a fan of Sally Neil. (LOL)

    I’m looking forward to reading your Facebook guide, I’ve watched bits of Chris Farrells videos and they’re full of info but being totally new to Facebook a little over my head at this stage so hopefully your book will fill in the gaps.

    Enjoy the challenge
    Michelle

  48. Igor,

    Congrats on challenging yourself! It only makes us stronger.

    There is a lot we can all learn from each other as we present what we know in our own special way. And Facebook is a big plus for building relationships.

    Stay awesome!
    Sean

  49. Hi Igor,

    I’ve recently become a Chris Farrell fan too and look forward to reviewing your notes.

    Thank you

    John
    Author of ‘Sticky memory’

  50. Hi Igor,
    To be honest I have never heard of Chris Farrell but I will go look him up, as for your facebook page, keep us up to speed on how it goes as I am interested in setting one up (when I get a bit of time lol) Keep up the great work 🙂
    Keith

  51. Igor:

    Sally also got me interested in this…then, when I met Jacinta, she really lit a fire under me.

    Loved your post. Thanks for the information on Chris Farrell and his Facebook webinars. This info is right on time for me as I’ve started studying how to promote products on Facebook.

    Good meeting you and I plan to return.

    Cheers,

    Kat

  52. Hi Igor,
    Just stopped in to say hi while making my way around to all the blogs. I still have a lot of ground to cover so I can leave a comment on them. Have a good day and thanks for the Facebook tip I’ll check it out.
    Enjoy the Challenge.
    Mike

    1. If you want to get a Facebook Page created very quickly then hook up with Jo Barnes on Facebook. My new Welcome tab was set up in about 15 minutes.

  53. Hi Igor,

    Great to hear that you’re going to write up what you learn and give it away for FREE. I love valuable information like that. I’ll be following up soon after this challenge.

    Cheers!
    Thu

    1. I did toy with the idea of marketing it on Clickbank, but to be honest I could not be bothered with getting a sales page created, especially as I despise the typical long sales page.

  54. Well, I gotta say that Sally really gets around! LOL I’m so glad she recommended the comment challenge to you! Consider me a new friend you met on the way.

    Good luck on the final day (today!)

    Gwen

  55. Hi Igor, I have found so many different writing styles as part of this 100 comment challenge. It is so interesting reading the many different posts about such diverse topics. How are you going getting around to the 101 blogs?

  56. Hi Igor,
    My sentiments exactly when I joined… even as I push to the finish line, I am grateful I did this… Lots of good information and lessons learned. Thanks for your visit too!
    Stopped by on my 11th hour visit for the 100 comment challenge.
    Best,
    Elizabeth

    1. Definitely going to have revisit your site, spent all day yesterday working out strategies and admin after my holiday. Head was spinning so fast that I gave up trying to get to sleep and got out of bed then worked until 4am.

  57. Hi Igor!

    The Facebook stuff sounds like fun – and sounds like you learned a LOT as well! 🙂 It’s always fun to learn new ways to market… 😉

    1. Taking a diversion to scratch an itch is a great way to make progress, I knew there was more to Facebook, but had always put off the investigation. I am glad that I spent the time off track looking into Facebook as I have now made friends with Jo Barnes, who has a fanstastic Facebook Page creator.

  58. Hi Igor,

    Nice little post. It’s interesting that you are into facebook and learning about fan pages.

    It seems that a lot of people are talking about it lately. Shoemoney and two other guys released a product on it recently.

    Good luck with it.
    Vance

  59. Igor

    Have taken your survey so look forward to the mindmap in due course. Would love to hear some feedback on Chris’s FB webinars as I missed them that weekend. Ive seen a lot more FB products coming out recently promoted by the Guru’s and its clearly a hot market. I’ve actually invested in a couple so will be posting some updates and techniques on my blog as and when I learn from them.All the best

    Tom

    1. Thanks for taking the survey, I have checked the survey monkey results and the email capture is working, phew!
      Chris’ FB webinar was fantastic, his enthusiasm for the subject and the obvious learning that he was getting alongside us, made the entire experience valuable and inspiring. Look forward to your Facebook updates, still getting into a routine with updating my presences.

  60. I hope you got some sleep Igor. 😉 That’s the trouble with computers you can work on them at any time, I got up at 4.30am, so I’m missing sleep as well.

    Igor, You have double photos on the comments. Take a look at Barry Wells blog, he has a video showing how to correct it. 8) Hope this helps.

    John

  61. Hi Igor,

    Nice post, short and sweet just how I like them! 🙂
    Keep us informed how the facebook fan page goes, I am thinking of starting something similar myselfm would be interesting to see how many fans I have or don’y have 😉

    Regards,
    Steve Wilkins.

  62. The great thing about Facebook is that it is not just the Page, you can have a Group as well. The Starting an Online Business – Article Marketing Group is the place that has really opened opportunites for my business.

  63. Hi Igor,

    What an excellent and practical post on facebook fan page. I must say this is another great idea in getting traffic through facebbook. I believe this is another way of getting more visitors effectively. Its amazing how much you can learn from visiting and reading other peoples blogs and the lessons they impart.

  64. The key to Facebook is your imagination, release the inner child because everything is possible. Its our boring adult self control that holds us back.

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