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Did you know that you can now edit your comment, even after 30 seconds... even 2 hours later. To the right of the comment, hover your mouse and a little pen pops up with the words edit or delete. I have been begging for this for over a year and finally. Thank you FB..
Having a post issue.... I submitted this post earlier today... as you can see, the right-hand side bar is now appearing under my post and part of the original post is now cut off. There is another paragraph missing with location. And the google map is not appearing now. This was okay earlier, so not sure what happened. Other posts seem to be okay. Any ideas? Thanks
"I make over $100,000 a month online, from home, passively! I want to share some of my secrets with you and reading my twitter updates is a great start!" Me? If I am making 100k online easily, I am not sharing the secrets... I want to make 200k... but wait, maybe he is making the 100k from selling bogus online tips... you know, the more that buy into such theory, the more he makes. Just like the $1 thingy, if you mail a dollar to someone with 5 names... how did that go? LOL I am tired..
for me, the roles would be the same. Basically letting people get status updates.. doesn't matter if it's a realtor, borrower, title person..the end result is the same, just different industries... hence why I made that statement... it could all be wrapped up into one post. #justsayin
the only thing I know is that you can get more views by sponsoring stories or promoting posts... besides, where did the e-mail actually come from? I seriously doubt the e-mail, because they don't e-mail us.. lol
Perhaps they mean, don't use the cover photo for a big, ole honking banner, screaming "buy a house from me!" for a real estate agent's page. Perhaps that means it is for something tasteful... off to look at mine. See if it will let me use a photo of my office.
I started my first blog on Typepad 11/2003. It was a good place to start because WordPress wasn't around at the time! I can't remember when I migrated to WP. But my motive was to incorporate my blog with my website. I like having the two together as it helps keep my website fresh. As far as a platform, Typepad is ok. It has it quirks which was frustrating, but a Typepad blog can rank just like any other blog that works at it. The biggest difference between WP and Typepad is what was stated prior. On WordPress you own and control your own destiny. On Typepad you have to go with the flow.