Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Examiner – Daryle Lambert's Antiques and Collectibles Blog – Great News is here.

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You may have heard of the Examiner but if not, it is a site on the Internet where most news outlets get their content. This is perhaps the most prestigious site for news and information in the entire country. To be selected to the position of an Examiner and have your articles posted puts you in the ranks of the elite journalists in the country. This recognition also ensures that your website will get large amounts of traffic and viewership.

I am sure that you are wondering what this means to the members of the Daryle Lambert's Antiques and Collectibles Club, correct? You should be excited because we are in the process of finalizing the classified section of our website. To maximize that benefit for our members, we need additional traffic to the site. Here is the connection. I have just been selected for the Examiner panel and have already published four articles. At the present time I will be covering the Chicago Antique scene but hopefully that will be changed soon to the national scene. Here is the location where you can find the articles already published. Bookmark it so that you can view future pieces as well: Daryle Lambert .

I hope you see the ambitious program your staff has set in place to ensure that the success our members are searching for is right around the corner. Bob has provided the much needed technical knowledge that was required to have a site that can handle the data that we will be producing and Ondre has been doing an unbelievable job of updating and controlling content on our site. Gary has had to tend to his main source of income but upon his return I feel certain that you will see real progress in our marketing department. This being said, the people who are already with us and those who will be joining us will someday be telling people about how they were on the ground floor of a company that is known worldwide.

The first bite of a great steak is great but the last bite is even better. You know that little piece of meat that is the side of a T-Bone steak? Well, I always keep it till last and I am never disappointed. That is the same way I feel about our Club. The best is yet to come. 

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