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Yet the more mature a "channel" like Twitter gets, the more "marketers" (and I use the word loosely) insist on pitching from the very first character: As soon as I find myself following one of them - by accident, my inbox receives a DM pointing me to their url or offering me a free gift or some nonsense. Instant FAIL.

When is this scattershot push mentality going to finally die? Grrrr.

@Bruce - actions do speak louder than words...

@Terri - it just boggles my mind that so many take the lazy way. Glad you are out there holding onto to principles and doing good.

@Yinka - thank you for stopping by.

@John - glad this was helpful to you. We could call it common sense, except for it's not that common.

@Susan - the hardest and most rewarding thing we can do is that of keeping still and opening up to hearing what the other is saying. Those are time times of breakthrough in connections.

@Harriet - asking good questions comes from two places (1) a pure heart; (2) an inquisitive mind trained from experience. Thank you for adding to the conversation.

@Siobhan - social media can be an amplifier, but it reflects back and amplifies what people put into it, just like life in many ways.

@Ari - glad to be of service.

Thanks for the Mailinator reminder.

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