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Bay Publishing On Facebook

Published on: 1st February 2010
By Alacrify



Bay Publishing On Facebook

Bay Publishing on Facebook

Our friends at Bay Publishing now have a Facebook page to promote their business and keep in touch with their friends, customers and colleagues. All their websites now have direct links to the page on them to allow people to visit and bookmark Facebook, enabling them to get the latest news and information about Bay Publishing as time goes by.

The link to the Facebook page is http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bay-Publishing/262550126013

You can read more about how to use Social Networks to promote your business in these excellent books from Amazon.

 

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