Fan Pages on Facebook

I spend time on Facebook.  I check on friends, then I start reading.  I’m a follower of many pages and have the opportunity to learn something new every day for my business.  We hear about how people just gossip on Facebook.  They do.  However, you don’t have to follow those people!  How are you using your fan page?  Are you sharing pictures, stories and information?

Here’s a few fan pages I like.

These are Chinese tour operators visiting the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce today in Travel Yukon, Canada. China’s outbound travelers are headed to your destination sooner rather than later, even if you think you’re “too remote” or “too small.”

We had an informative meeting with some Chinese tourism operators today.  China is the largest single market in the world and we are doing everything we can to get them excited over Yukon and to tell their friends about us!!!

We had an informative meeting with some Chinese tourism operators today. China is the largest single market in the world and we are doing everything we can to get them excited over Yukon and to tell their friends about us!!!

 

Research finds young couples and professionals are moving to rural counties for the opportunities and the quality of life. It’s a great message, and one of the reasons we’re hardcore rural and proud!

Nebraska’s rural counties, the cliché goes, are just drying up, withering away. And yes, the challenges can be great. But there’s an important new wrinkle in this discussion — one that offers hope and encouragement.
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Learning your limitations will make your next job even better than you imagined.

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A horrendous, three-week stint at an Olive Garden was the worst, but most useful job Jason Falls ever had. It helped him learn his limitations which led to b…
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Join us Thursday, March 27, and meet author Stavros Nashi! “Ithaka on the Horizon” is the real life saga of one man’s quest for self discovery but it is more importantly about family and the people along the way who mold each of us into who we are and who we become. RSVP:http://ow.ly/uwHMj

Join us Thursday, March 27, and meet author Stavros Nashi! "Ithaka on the Horizon" is the real life saga of one man’s quest for self discovery but it is more importantly about family and the people along the way who mold each of us into who we are and who we become. RSVP: http://ow.ly/uwHMj

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