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Network through online White Pages

I just stumbled upon a place to post a review or add a blog that could help you establish better connectivity to local area vendors.  Since building relationships is what social media is all about, why not network in a way that will benefit someone you know locally.

With Americantowns.com you can do that!

Accessible by anyone using the white pages online, writing a blog review on a local area vendor or business can not only help us network, but it can help the business develop a more well rounded web presence.

Did you know that writing reviews for businesses and products is also free advertising for you?

Give it a try and make it a point to review a new local business weekly, leaving your name and business information in the signature.  You never know where your next client will come from, and you'll be branding your name in the process!

Good luck!

Comment balloon 1 commentStephanie Jacques • November 24 2008 09:03AM
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