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  1. Great article – I often think some people lose sight of the why they are involved in social networking – says she who has wasted many an hour on Twitter.

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  2. FB and Twitter are really making people more close and the best way of sharing your thoughts but sometime it goes wrong.

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  3. Sherrill church

    Sounds like you’re writing about me there and the conversation we had :)

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  4. Had you read my mind this is me, feel like a spinning plate focusing on how popular my twitter account is or not!!! as well as all the social media advice. You made me smile and that’s good, also – I will take deep breath and step out to give time to re-focus on how I can make money.

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    Karen Skidmore Reply:

    Hi Karen. Thanks for stopping by with your thoughts. Watch out for the book … I’ve just finished writing it and I hope to have up on Amazon by next week as a Kindle version to start; printed book soon after. It will show you how you can re-focus and make money from your social media marketing :)

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  5. Colleen Skinner

    Very good post – and how very true. Keeping the balance and focus right is so important – quality communication rather than numbers/scores. Love your blog.

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    Karen Skidmore Reply:

    Thanks Colleen. Appreciated you stopping by with your thoughts.

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