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Comment by Valerie Lothian on December 1, 2010 at 9:27pm
Self-Made Billionaire's Breaking News Briefing

Hi everyone,

My business partner, self-made billionaire Bill Bartmann just sent me this email which sounded so intriguing, I thought I'd send it along.

He's a fascinating guy, with great insights. Here's what he said...

This week the Wall Street Journal published a lengthy front page expose on the the debt buying business.

This feature story made the front page for two reasons:

1. It's salacious;
2. It exposes the "hidden" way some people are making a lot of money

The second point we know first hand.

More importantly, the first point has created an even bigger business opportunity for us all.

This Friday I will brief you on:

i. what's happened
ii. what it means
iii. what we need to watch out for
iv. how we can seize an even greater advantage to make money and help those in serious need.

Here's how to get registered:

Bill Bartmann's Breaking News Briefing
Date: Friday, December 3rd
Time: 3:00pm EST / 2:00pm CST / 1:00pm MST / 12:00pm PST
Limit: 1,000 attendees (first come, first served)
To Register:

See you Friday!


P.S. To give yourself the best chance to get a "seat", log-in 10-15 minutes before the scheduled start time. "

I'll be there on the call too, as I'm very intrigued by what he'll divulge!

Comment by Vincent Wright on November 19, 2010 at 12:24am
Great to hear, Leah! I'll share it with some of my networks tomorrow.
I think some on the Linking Women group would also be particularly interested in it:

Great work, Leah!
Comment by Vincent Wright on November 19, 2010 at 12:10am
This is GREAT! However, it would work SO MUCH BETTER as a discussion. Please consider putting it up as a discussion here:

Once it's there, I can share with lots of people who'll find it interesting..

Thanks, Leah!
+Vincent Wright
Comment by Vincent Wright on August 4, 2010 at 9:23am
Hi, Tom,
I've used Buzzon before and it's saved me a ton of hours. However, I'm not quite ready for a premium product for managing my Twitter accounts so, for me, I have to agree with Rakesh's recommendation of, for now.

By the way: I encourage you both to join and share your Twitter-related posts on Twitterpated here:
Comment by Vincent Wright on June 28, 2010 at 8:27am
With these two recent posts about Facebook over Ning: does this mean that you're giving up all the work you've put into your Ning group(s)? Are you recommending a leaving Ning all together?

Vincent Wright
Comment by Vincent Wright on May 8, 2010 at 1:21am
Can you please use this link to post your press release:

If you use that link, I can share your press releases and other announcements with my contacts in social media...

Thanks, and Keep STRONG!
+Vincent Wright
Chief Encouragement Officer
Comment by Leslie Kahn on May 7, 2010 at 10:23pm
Thank you, Vincent. I appreciate it!
Comment by Vincent Wright on May 7, 2010 at 10:20pm
CONGRATULATIONS, Leslie! :-) (I just shared your story on Facebook and Twitter...)
Comment by Leslie Kahn on May 7, 2010 at 9:19pm
My story is featured on Small Biz Stories. Please check it out. I hope you enjoy it.
Comment by Vincent Wright on April 29, 2010 at 2:17pm
Hi, Vaclav,
Let me clarify!:
1. That message was NOT directed to you and your efforts to market bioZhena. Indeed, I'm happy with the way you've been using the forum to introduce yourself to appropriate professionals/groups on My Linking Power Forum.

2. If someone is an appropriate networking contact, by all means, leave the link to bioZhena on their profile pages.

3. What SHOULD NOT happen is going to members profiles and dumping a link to a site WITHOUT telling them hello and/or why you want them to visit the link. To me, the first rule of professional networking is extending the courtesy of saying something like "Hi, Vaclav", "Hello, Vaclav", "Dear, Vaclav", etc...

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