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Steve Wilson

David, thank you for the great recap. I really enjoyed your presentation with Lee Rainie. It is rare that I take 5 pages of notes in a 60 minute presentation.

Jeff Paul Internet Business

Internet marketing is indeed very different from traditional marketing. In the field of internet marketing the webmaster uses all possible means for promotion just from the comfort of his small office or his bedroom.

Jeff Paul Internet Millions

I find blogging one of the good ways of internet marketing. I have received a small number of visitors on my site especially from the sites where I commented their blogs.

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