My name is Lesley Dewar and I own my own name online: lesleydewar.com. I have also given each of my two sons and their wives their own names as domain names.
For business, I already have http://storiesmynanatells.com, which is a social network site and http://networkingtoaplan.com which is home to my new book.
Soon, I will have a website at lesleydewar.com which will be like the sun in…
Sasha had just turned 16 and was as beautiful as ever. While she had gotten a little thin under her magnificent Persian fur coat, she had mellowed very little. You could scratch the top of her head, if…Continue
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The very title of this iconic BBC series asks the unanswerable question: "Dr Who?" - the irony of which escaped me until the very moment of beginning to write this post.
I intend to return from time to time, as indeed the Doctor does, to update and add and amend as recollections and memories reappear - as suddenly and unexpectedly as the Tardis.
The year is 1971, my second son had just turned six and shared a room with his (slightly) older brother. One…
If you have ever wondered whether Twitter is worth the effort, let me assure you that it certainly can help you build your business and social networks.
Directly as a spinoff from my Twittering AND Networking To A Plan, I am now the keynote speaker at a high profile fundraising event for Breast Cancer Research. I have received international press, had radio interviews throughout Australia and NZ and appeared on the Kerri-Anne Kennerly show. I am being invited to speak and host…
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Sending a Tweet to Twitter
This network was updated quite some time ago, so that it would allow you to use Twitter OAuth to post to Twitter and once you had approved the authorisation, you could post a link to Twitter direct from the network at any time, whether you have logged on to Twitter or not. This authority stands until you revoke it through your Twitter settings, so it was a great move forward, especially for those…Continue
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