Forum Discussions and Getting Traffic for Your Business - Be polite...
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Be polite. When people do not share your views, do not respond with an attack of harsh words. Learn to respect other peopleís opinion. You can post your own contrasting opinion in a clear, simple and polite way. Donít forget to use courtesy on your all posts. Always, remember that you are not in the forum to start an argument. Be professional.
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