Date: 2 Mar 2004 01:07:35 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <>
Subject: Re: New Saab Parts

On 01 Mar 2004 17:24:57 GMT, LauraK <lkrznospamcomnospam> wrote: >>Yup. Most ISPs will whack a usenet spammer's account as well; fair warning >>and all that... > > The usual method of bringing people to a website from usenet groups is to > include the URL and a brief line about what it is in your sig. Then participate > in the discussions. > The sig "advertisement" is within nettiquette guidelines as long as it's not > over three lines long. Four, actually, but yeah. > > > web design, print design, photography See? There you go, great example. Unobtrusive mention there of what Laura does - she's an active participant in the group, and oh by the way has a business. If I needed help with that, I've already got a favorable opinion of her based on her contributions to the group, so I'd be likely to click the link & see what kind of stuff she does. Being pushy & saying "Hi, I'm selling all this stuff" is the equivalent of barging into a party & trying to sell life insurance to everybody. Dave "By the way, that John guy in RAMVA has restoration stuff too" Hinz

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