Would you like your article published on our blog?

M3-Logo-2011-01I now have nearly 10,000 followers between here, my Linkedin profile and my various twitter accounts and I appreciate you all.

Today I have a little favour to ask you, which gives me a way to thank Sarah Kinder my Head of Social Media at M3 Media Publishing for her efforts. 

Sarah has been doing some great work recently on our website. She has also created our new facebook page which I think looks pretty good..

Please will you take a look at the facebook page she designed and let me know what you think? Any of your suggestions and opinions will be noted, I promise.

If you then decide to ‘like’ it, with either a quick click of your mouse or tap of your finger, that would be very much appreciated.

Anyone who does click the ‘like’ button on the facebook page will be entered into a draw and the winner will have their own article published as a ‘guest article’ or blogpost here on my blog – (As long as it is deemed suitable and proper, of course!).

We will soon be launching our ‘Business Connections’ Magazine, which will integrate with our Connections Events programme.

Anyone wishing to appear as a contributor in this ‘leading edge’ designed magazine should also contact me.

Remember, please visit and check out and like our Facebook page.

Thanks again,

David Lomas

About Executive Editor

Digital content marketing specialist who understands communication in all it's forms. Experienced speaker and online publisher at M3 Media Publishing.
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