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How important are those ‘Likes’ we all try so hard to receive? How does Facebook get them for us when we advertise? Ever ask those questions? One blogger has. Meet Romanian author, Roxana Arama, who writes the blog, Rewriting History How writers turn history into story, and story into history.
I receive so much to read; blogs, manuscripts, etc., that I get overwhelmed and don’t get it all read, but Roxana’s blog goes to the top of my list even if I can’t get to it until Sunday morning at 5 AM, I get to it. Always. Why? Because when I read her work I learn and grow as a cog in the wheel of humanity EVERY time.
Recently, she had a bit of a run in with Facebook and their policies on ads, Likes, etc. and she has been left feeling scammed, slimed and disillusioned, and thankfully she shared her MUST READ story. Yes, corporate greed and hypocrisy sucks, always has, always will. But with thought revolutionaries like her there will always be hope for us little people. Roxana, I’d like to thank you for sharing this vital information with other bloggers. Remember, one powerful voice can change the world. You have one such voice. Keep writing, it’s what writers do. And I’ll keep reading.
Please read Roxana’s story here and take heed, be aware, travel wisely and advertise with eyes wide open.
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