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I'm a writer and an Internet marketer. The Web gives me a terrific way to combine my love of both and the wonderful Squidoo community furnishes me a quick way to get a topic of interest published without having to invest a lot of time, money and energy into it first. I love researching and writing about everyday things that just pop up in my life. As examples, my recent lenses range from a lens about: 1. Why men pull away ~ http://www.squidoo.com/when-men-pull-away. 2. Whose phone number is this ~ http://www.squidoo.com/whose-phone-number-is-this3 3. Dog bones ~ http://www.squidoo.com/elk-antlers-for-dogs 4. iPhone dropped in water ~http://www.squidoo.com/dropped-iphone-in-water And that is just for starters. My goal is to give helpful information that people can use to make their life a little easier or more joyful. My first site http://angular-cheilitis-cure.com took me more time to complete the first page than creating 3 brand new squidoo lenses.
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