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An experiment in traffic generation

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Comment by Teri Dempski on October 13, 2008 at 7:15pm
I am responsible for procuring door prizes for the International Virtual Assistants Association's 2008 Online Summit, which takes place on October 24th. If there is anything you would like to donate, either electronic prize or physical prize, please contact me at: You will be given the winner's Email and/or address on Saturday, the 25th, and you will be responsible for sending them the prize. is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating virtual assistants. Here is a link to the Summit's website:

Thank you for considering my request!
Teri Dempski
Comment by Vincent Wright on September 8, 2008 at 6:26pm
Hi, Tracy,
I'll check out TraceTV but, just wanted to let you know that you - and other members - will probably get a lot more visitors if you use the "link to" icon to make your links clickable.

Then link to icon is the 5th one from the left in the comments box right next to your photo.

I'm going to demonstrate it for you by making, clickable.

Hope this help...

Keep STRONG, Trace!
Vincent Wright
Comment by Vincent Wright on April 27, 2008 at 1:13am
That IS great news - and it DEFINITELY IS one of the types of things I hope we share among ourselves on My Announcements.

CONGRATULATIONS! (I've been wanting to say that to you a LOT lately, Gautam - many great, deserved things happening to you. :-))

Comment by Jim Stroud on April 20, 2008 at 11:26pm

I just completed a new book (a training guide actually) called - Resume Forensics. I am giving it away to everyone who subscribes to my blog (The Recruiters Lounge) via email. Once I hit 5,000 new subscribers, I will give it away to all on my list. Shortly thereafter, it will be for sale and no longer free. Are you curious about the content of my work? Keep reading…

With my new book – Resume Forensics, you will learn:

* How to search Google for free resumes
* How to search Yahoo for free resumes
* How to search Live for free resumes
* How to find additional keywords for your resume searches
* How to create search strings that work on Google, Yahoo and Live
* How to take a job description and create multiple search strings from it. (As an example, I take one job description and create 56 pages of search strings from it.)
* How to automate your resume searches so you can (literally) source resumes while you sleep.

If you would like to get a free copy of it, go to this link below for details:

(It will redirect to you my blog where you will find more instructions.)

Will you help me spread the word? (Please blog about this and send this email to Recruiters, Sourcers and HR personnel who would have an interest in this.)

Thanks in Advance!

Jim Stroud
Searchologist-Blogger-Trainer-Nice Guy
Comment by Vincent Wright on April 5, 2008 at 4:28pm
Which site, Bill? ?
Comment by Vincent Wright on April 5, 2008 at 12:42pm
Pamela, John, et al,
Thanks kindly for adding your announcements so quickly.

Just a quick note which might help a bit:

In submitting your announcements, it may be best to use the "Start a Discussion" function rather than the "Add Comment" function. And this for the simple reason that in the "Start a Discussion" function, members have the option to subscribe to the RSS feed for "My Announcements". This gives more coverage for you both on My Linking Power Forum and via other readers such as Google Reader, Yahoo, Feedreader, etc.


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