featured posts to localism: When it comes to "FEATURED POSTS" I am voting for the "UNDER DOGS" - 12/13/10 12:08 PM
When it comes to "FEATURED POSTS" I am voting for the "UNDER DOGS"
 
   "FEATURED"
 
I have been with the Activerain network for 3 years now and have always noticed and looked at "FEATURED POSTS" by different members at AR because I have 30 groups myself. So every once and a while I will read and take a good look at some of the "FEATURED STORIES" by members, some of them are good & some are not so good.
So every once and a while Robert (Vegas Bob) Swetz has to write a post about this and shake … (20 comments)

featured posts to localism: Why do I post to (Localism) by: Robert Swetz - 12/23/09 11:17 PM
 Why do I post to (Localism) by: Robert Swetz
 Around the last year posting to Activerain approximately 45% of my posts are directed towards (Localism). Why?
 Because 90 percent of my (Leads) come from posting about communities and areas of interest where I live. I have been sharing information and photographs with people around the world about Las Vegas Nevada. And they have left many comments, emails and more thanking me and having an interest with coming to visit a place they have never seen before.
 Except for movies, magazines, friends & family, Internet & (Vegas Bob).
 So if your a … (19 comments)

featured posts to localism: Attention (Activerain Staff) Do posts to Localism ever get featured? - 07/26/09 09:14 AM
  Attention (Activerain Staff) Do posts to Localism ever get featured?
 I have asked this question before in other posts but never received a answer back, maybe the AR network is under staffed or their taking long naps.
 I have heard from other members and I think I have seen a couple features to Localism, but not really to many.
 I have posted over 100 blogs to Localism from Las Vegas NV, Cedar City UT, Los Angeles CA, Mpls/ St Paul MN, Flagstaff AZ, Snowflake AZ, Hollywood CA, Malibu CA, Ureka/ Fortuna CA and so many more cities, towns and communities.
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