Facebook Do’s And Don’ts For Authors

Why did California regulators approve a pesticide yesterday with a cancer link to be put in the soil to prepare the soil for planting? The chemical won’t go on any produce. And no residue can be found in the soil. What about the air and ground water? Who do you believe when it comes to produce and pesticide safety? That’s why you need to do your own research. So what’s the controversy about with some scientists? Which side are you on for the sake of food and environmental safety in the long term?

Use poetry winners a mixed media approach on your Facebook updates for the best results. Post photos of renovations or new dishes being offered, short videos of people using your product or having fun at your venue, as well as text posts! This will create a varied and more interesting approach for marketing.

Avoid the ordinary such as, “I like reading, I enjoy working out, I like walking my dog,” etc. Who doesn’t like doing these things?! Rather, be descriptive about things that are important to you. Be positive rather than passive in your descriptions; so rather than writing “I love family life,” say, “I have a great family and we have fun socializing together.” It sounds much more appealing.

Each plot of growing land is about 200 square feet. It’s a place for gardeners of all levels can learn how to grow their own food. The Experimental College is open to the public without any academic requirements. The goal of the produce garden is sustainability. The garden uses manure as a fertility that comes from UC Davis’s Dairy Barn.

For example, many people are on Facebook to connect with friends and family… and they might get annoyed if you’re constantly promoting your business on your Alex Kime page.

Even in the fall, certain vegetables can be planted such as broccoli, onions, carrots, and other vegetables suitable for autumn cultivation. You can become a member of the EC Garden and get a discount on your plot of land, for example $20 a year instead of $30 a year to garden your plot of land. For more information, check out the EC Garden website.

Becoming a fan utilizes the viral quality of Facebook because their friends will see this in their “News Feed” or on their friend’s “Wall”… this is like free advertising with built-in social proof!