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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Written on by Peter- REBB Founder

I just wanted to make a quick post and wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you are able to spend this day with your loved ones. Also, I have a couple of quick updates.**************************************
Quick Update on what I’ve been doing:

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You’ve probably noticed I haven’t made any posts in a while. Yep, I’ve been busy. But I have some good stuff coming your way…

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll be receiving from me:

* Are you listening to a lot of audio files from different programs? Are they taking up a lot of your time? Wish you could absorb that info in a shorter time frame? Well, I’ll show you a trick that will can cut your audio learning time in half.

* How would you like me to send you 10 free Internet resources that you can use right now in your business? I’m setting up a page online for you. You’ll be able to visit it anytime you want. That link to that page is coming to you tomorrow.

* I’ll be in Florida at the end of this month. Would you like to meet up? I’ll send you the details on Sunday.

*There is more stuff but I won’t keep you reading anymore. Enjoy your Valentine’s Day. Come back tomorrow for those 10 free Internet resources.

To Your Success,

Peter

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4 Comments on “Happy Valentine’s Day!”

  1. Tony |

    Have you noticed an increase in the number of comments since installed KeywordLuv? I’ve been considering using it on a blog I own and need some honest feedback.

  2. Peter- REBB Founder |

    Yes Tony,

    The comments do go up and some of them are just the typical “Thank you. Great Post” If I were you, I would definitely test it out and see how it affects your blog. In the end, it depends on the blog, the readers and the content.

    Good luck and let me know if you have any other questions.

    To Your Success,

    Peter Kolat

    @Tony@Fresno Kitchen Cabinets

  3. Pitambharadharaya |

    As a Newbie, I am invariably seeking on-line for clauses that can help me. Thank you!

  4. F Hallock |

    There are lots of resources to sort out. Ads, banners, button ads and sample recommendations to give out because the marketer knows that this is one way of ensuring more sales!

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