Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/12/12

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Subject: [Leica] Sorry George, but...
From: imagist3 at (Lottermoser George)
Date: Wed Dec 12 10:57:34 2007
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Thanks for your thoughtful comments Ric. Very helpful.

I had the feeling that "less is more" in this format. Totally agree  
with "too many iron photos." While, at the same time, reading a few  
blogs where quite extensive content just urges me deeper and deeper  
into it. Not an easy balance to achieve, given one doesn't really  
know who wants what.

George Lottermoser
Picture A Week -

On Dec 12, 2007, at 12:44 PM, Ric Carter wrote:

> Walt's criticism applies well to the Linfield quote, but I think  
> your part is fine other than choice of quote. Maybe you should use  
> your abstract of it rather than her words. Hers are easy enough to  
> come by with the link.
> Outreaches to customers will likely be appreciated and may  
> stimulate others to realize that they could use another service. It  
> may even get them clients gaining you goodwill and business.
> Maybe too many pictures of iron work--maybe one or two and link out  
> to others. I'm no blogger, but read lots of newsletters. The longer  
> ones go unread or are last in line. Links are easy for those who  
> want more.
> The comment area may stimulate and host the discussions you enjoy  
> as you gain an audience.
> Good luck with it.

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