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Subject:Re: Still on ads From:Herman Holtz <holtz -at- CLARK -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 23 Feb 1995 13:17:12 -0500
On Thu, 23 Feb 1995 Mary -dot- Deaton -at- HALCYON -dot- COM wrote:
> In response to my question to the list about how people wanted to hear about
> my training courses in help authoring, people seem split. Several people
> suggested I put it on the WWW, which I am going to do. But then the question
> arises, how does anyone know it is on the Web? If I post a notice that I put
> it on the Web am I then accused, again, of advertising?
My recommendation is to use a signature that includes your URL or www
address, where your message can be found. Even then, you will get an
occasional complaint from some curmudgeon of a vigilante who feels noble
when he attacks, but that is unavoidable. Just ignore it.
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Herman Holtz [holtz -at- clark -dot- net]: Marketing Consultant/Proposal Specialist,
Writing & Ghost Writing Services, 35 years experience. Author of 60+
professional/business books, including best-selling How to Succeed as an
Independent Consultant (Wiley). PO Box 1731, Wheaton, MD 20915. Tel:
301-649-2499. Fax: 301-649-5745.