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Mr. Greenspun thanks for the book review,
Yes! is indeed a great book on persuasion, I've gotten through most of it on a skim basis but will likely go through again with a more thorough study. Your key points summarized here are nice and I will keep them bookmarked.
I really like how you include pictures to make email seem more genuine online. I think you might consider some of the ideas in Dale Carnegie's book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People." I've been trying to apply these as an online, internet model. In fact I think a newer book called "How to Win Friends and Influence People Online," would be a best seller.
I've changed my model to always start messages in a friendly way. I try to listen more and ask questions about the other persons point of view. With email this is hard, but I always answer every questions I am asked. With each message I try to think about the person I am talking to, not the machine. I also give digital encouragement a...
I'm sorry that people are stealing your pictures, but be careful with pages like this,
By including links to companies link Costa Rica Tours or Intellisys Internet Inc. on your website, you are actually helping them get better ranking on the search engines like Google. It's a problem on the internet that Google still needs to fix. Negative comments and ratings still count as links and boost sites ranking.
I would suggest you just turn the links to these guys to plain text. People can still cut/paste the URL if they want to go and see the weasel's websites. But I don't know why anyone would want to do that?