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Hey Valeria my Third Tribe Sister! I finally figured out who you sort of remind me of but not really!

Your like Dosh Dosh but with more analytical data LOL. Thats a compliment V :)

I've never been good at trying to "sell" my audience. It is hard to mix sales with trust and community. Thank you for the advice.

This is a great post. Community building (even turning one's own website into a community) is becoming even more important. People don't want static websites that just give them facts. They want the "real" stuff-testimonials, conversations and opinions. Corporate websites of the future must not only provide useful information, but must also, enable people to engage with company experts and others in the community--as part of the buying/consideration process and after a sale is completed.

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