The “social” in “social media”

You never know what will prompt someone to make a visit to your website.

I am, I’ll admit, fairly opinionated, and leave my opinions in a number of places, like comments on articles in The Toronto Star, or on Antonia Zerbisias’ blog, Broadsides.

At most sites where comments are accepted, there’s frequently the choice of attaching a URL to one’s name, so I usually attach my website to my name. (If I’m not willing to stand behind my comments, I’d have to ask myself why, and reconsider the comment.)

One person with whom I have sparred on a number of occasions followed the link. Last night, he bought two prints of the lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove (#2).

So I will continue to put my name to my comments, state my opinions (civilly, usually), and take what customers that may bring me.

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