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October 06, 2011

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A Facebook User

Amen, brother! I hate the multiple posts in a row, especially when they're all self-promo. What I tell people: would you walk into a dinner party and continuously try to sell yourself? No, you carry on a *conversation*, you're polite. You slip it in, then leave it at that. So should it be online. Any more and people will tune you out.

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