Adlandpro Friday Review for June 14,2013

Adlandpro Friday Review for June 14,2013

This weeks edition of the Adlandpro Friday review talks about traffic exchanges, news from the community,  birthdays in June and of course Fathers Day!

 

Knowing how Branka loves to read the Friday review, everyone at Adlandpro is wishing you a speedy recovery, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time and we look forward to seeing your smiling face soon.

 

Get well card to Branka Babic

 

Dave Cottrell wrote a post about traffic exhanges after being asked if they work or still work

friday review about traffic exchanges

How to Make the Traffic Exchanges Work for You

Luella keeps sharing some wonderful ways to take care of your health including a healthy home made sports drink

Friday review about healthy homemade sports drink(The Best Years in Life) For you guys and gals who are out in the heat doing whatever, here is a wonderful sports drink alternative you might want to try which replenishes sodium, potassium, and glucose, as well as fluids for hydration – without the sugar, artificial sweeteners, colors and other less than healthy ingredients found in commercial sports drinks.

Who is Richard Mathiason? Well he is a man who visits the Adlandpro Wall every day with words of inspiration and when you read his profile you will see

Introducing Richard Mathiason this Friday ReviewYou Matter – You Are A Genius and The World Needs Your Contributions
Richard Mathiason

I invite you to read this good friend’s forum Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life and make him your friend

If you ever wanted to know if Adlandpro is a great place to be, then I would like you to talk to some people  David A Weed, Jim Allen, Mark Dewey,Hafiz, Myrna Ferguson and so many others who work together to bring about the best of this community.  Speaking of Mark he has been working hard on creating new splash pages for everyone …how do you like this one? You can find this and the other creations being made on the Adlandpro Learning Center.

Friday review showing off the new splash page by Mark Dewey

Of course I cant share the great work done by Mark without talking about Carlos Simao who loves to do graphics for websites and it is a real pleasure to share some of his work…

Over on Google Plus we now have two different things going one, one of them is the business page and also the official Adlandpro community. Some of you have been wondering why would we doing this especially as we are doing so much on the wall and site itself. The answer really is simple – the more we are seen everywhere, the more people will be interested in who Adlandpro is and what we do, both as a viable community and also to show off the classified section of this business.  On the business page you will see different ads from real people, with real products. We are a free classified site that is in the business of giving value to people and on the business page, showing off the different products is a wonderful way to showcase what people are doing and it will bring traffic back to the site.  Maybe after reading this Friday review, head over to this page/community, like and share with your friends and neighbors.  Lets show the world that Adlandpro is an awesome place to be!!

 

The Friday review social media marketing tip

 Have you heard the news about Facebook using hashtags now? while there are those who are questioning whether this will be a popular feature, the fact is hashtags are going to be important. The real question is how to use them and how can they work for you.  Gordon Robinson has done a great write up about hashtags on Facebook, that I suggest you read and utilize.  His post is titled Simple Guide To Facebook Hashtags and is well worth the read 🙂

 

The Friday Review - Birthday Greeting to all Members of Adlandpro who celebrated their birthday in March 2013

 

I love birthdays!  A time to celebrate our friends and to wish them all the best!

Patrick Pierre

Rashbell Findlayter

Debra M-v

Roger Macdivitt .

Jim Allen

Carlos Simao

Mark Gibson

Clarcie Brown

Ana Maria Padurean

Sam Sunday

Edna & Roger Boisjoli

Donald Smith

 

Wrapping up this Friday Review I would like to wish all the dads, step dads, grandfathers a warm and special Fathers Day this Sunday. Being a father myself, there is always a sense of pride in watching our children grow up to be the very best they can be and its not always easy lol

To all of you a very Happy Fathers Day

 

A Father’s Eyes 

Jonathan’s mother died when he was very young and his father brought him up. Both of them shared a very special relationship. Jonathan loved to play football and his father made sure that he was always there to cheer his son at every match, even if Jonathan wasn’t a part of the playing team. Jonathan being small sized, wasn’t allowed to play in the main team. Nevertheless, he continued with his practice with full determination. Everyone thought that Jonathan would never be able to make it into the team, though somehow, his determination carried him through. The coach seeing his diligence and dedication decided to keep him on the roster.

One day during practice, the coach met him with a telegram. Jonathan was shocked to read the message contained in it. Swallowing hard, he mumbled to the coach, “My father died this morning. Will it be all right if I miss practice today?” The coach gently put his arm around his shoulder and said, “Take the rest of the week off, son, and don’t even plan to come to the game on Saturday.” On the day of the game, Jonathan’s college team was losing badly to the rival team. The coach and the players had all lost hope when they saw Jonathan coming towards them. Jonathan ran up to the coach and pleaded him to allow him to play this match. At first, the coach wouldn’t allow him to play. However after a lot of persuasion, the coach gave in.No sooner Jonathan joined the team in the field, their scores started to improve before both the teams were on a tie.

However, the real cheer came during the crucial closing seconds when he intercepted a pass and ran all the way for the winning touchdown. His team members were ecstatic. The crowd came running towards him to celebrate the win. After the match, the coach went up to Jonathan, who was seated alone in the corner of the locker room and asked, “Kid, I can’t believe it. You were fantastic! Tell me what got into you? How did you do it?” He looked at the coach, with tears in his eyes, and said, “Well, you knew my dad died, but did you know that my dad was blind?” The young man swallowed hard and forced a smile, “Dad came to all my games, but today was the first time he could see me play, and I wanted to show him I could do it!”

 

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