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This is a presentation given to a local Rotary club. I was asked to address the issue of members being reluctant to "Like" their fan page and the pages dedicated to their fundraising, charitable activities. The presentation lasted approximately 30 minutes, with about 10 minutes of Q&A afterward. As usual, a great deal of the content came out of my mouth. Fortunately, my brain was working pretty good today and I only had one, short senior moment when I couldn't retrieve the appropriate word I needed to get a point across. It worked out, however.

This is a presentation given to a local Rotary club. I was asked to address the issue of members being reluctant to "Like" their fan page and the pages dedicated to their fundraising, charitable activities. The presentation lasted approximately 30 minutes, with about 10 minutes of Q&A afterward. As usual, a great deal of the content came out of my mouth. Fortunately, my brain was working pretty good today and I only had one, short senior moment when I couldn't retrieve the appropriate word I needed to get a point across. It worked out, however.

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