5 Rules For Business Using Social Media For LocalWe have an advertiser's world. Logos, slogans, shock treatment and bug spray tell the stories of your youth and our future. We get bigger, older, uglier and more powerful frequently if can certainly only force out what it's all about that surely has something to offer. What does it take to climb up to the top? Hard hard work? Luck?Do you know how individuals looked in your phone book ad? Did the those who read your newspaper ad send you a postcard? It doesn't?! I don't really should tell you that having that information would regarded as great aid in you and also your business. Then you already know that your most important asset is the customer location. With local internet marketing, can certainly build your pool of prospects simply by sharing good, relevant and helpful information with your kids. You see, online people that see your a5 Rules For Business Using Social Media For Local5 hours ago in Personal More Like This
Official Social MediaList of Social Media that I'm on, and which ones you can feel free to add me on. I posted this list mainly if my art is posted somewhere that isn't on dA, so you guys can know I guess?Official Social Media7 hours ago in Personal More Like This
Note: Skype is on both because it's kinda a special one. If I feel closer to you as a friend, then I may say yes.
You Can Add Me On....
You Can't Add Me On...
-Snapchat (dunno how people would even upload my art but whatever)
Book 2: The Unexpected Visitors (preview)After a surprisingly cold and windy spring, the sun was finally shining down on Knotwood Village. Most of the animals were outside enjoying the warm weather. Of course, this included the Chestnut family. The children of Knotwood Village would normally be at Timber Academy, their school, but it was the summer holidays and so they had a few weeks off. Charlie Chestnut was enjoying a nice swim in the pool while his parents, Holly and Pip, were relaxing in the soft summer grass. The pool was a deep, wide and peaceful part of Serene Stream. The area around this part of the stream was very open. There were few trees to give shade from the sunlight, and so the flowers were full of life.Book 2: The Unexpected Visitors (preview)14 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
In the spring, there had been a new arrival to the Chestnut Family. Holly and Pip decided that Megan would be a suitable name for the young kitten. Megan Chestnut looked just like a miniature version of her mother. She had red fur, tufted ears and like all members of the Chestnut family she had a very fluffy t
Book 1: Welcome to the Knotwood Family (preview)In a secluded area of English woodland, one fir tree stood proudly above the rest. This was the tree that Pip and Holly Chestnut chose as their family home. At first, they wanted to build their drey in the lower branches of the tree, but Holly was expecting her first child and so they wanted somewhere quiet and isolated to raise the young squirrel when he or she arrived. Of course, the squirrels had no way of knowing whether their child would be a boy or a girl, but Holly had a feeling that the first Chestnut child would be a boy.Book 1: Welcome to the Knotwood Family (preview)14 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
And so it was that the Chestnuts' first born was indeed a boy; he was named Charlie after a dear friend of Pip. His fur was the same shade of orange as his father's fur, and two unusually long ears hung from under the red scruffy fur on his head. Holly and Pip made room in their drey for young Charlie, and before too long he was scurrying around the home, climbing the walls and hanging from the ceiling.
Charlie would wait at home when his parents went hunting