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Our local paper did a profile article on me. Some people searched my name on fb and did their enquiries. I really loved that about fb. I also post some photos and updates on my personal page too. I have stopped joining tagging sessions with fellow cakers as most of them are far away from me. I prefer getting updates from those I can learn something from. If few people like my page but are the target customers its better as fb is not sending updates to everyone anymore. There is one caker I am tempted to unlike as she posts more jokes and less cakey stuff. I will not unfriend people as they may be potential customers. I choose to ignore what I do not like.
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Life is short. If there was ever a moment to follow your passion and do something that matters to you, that moment is now. -quotebites.com

http://m.facebook.com/Edible.Elegance.cakes.Zimbabwe
http://www.flickr.com/photos/73178569@N05/
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post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by luckylibra

ranks up there with the fact our dentist has now had to post a sign asking people not to text while having their teeth cleaned... seriously??



My dentist actually put a "phones must be turned off " sign as you walk in the door. I asked him if they interfered with machines and it was the same reason why your dentist has the sign! I couldn't believe it either...people these days. *SMH*
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