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Jennifer Garcia is an Entrepreneur & Motivational Speaker.

Jennifer is Founder of Spiritual Spectra, a spiritual and holistic healing practice offering an array of services that increase wellness through the mind-body-spirit connection.  

She recently started her own Talk Show promoting Spiritual, Emotional & Physical Health. 

She is a dynamic speaker who has been invited to speak to various businesses, professional associations and networking organizations.  


Jennifer was previously Owner and President of Logicreative, a marketing and design business specializing in brand marketing and social media strategy. 

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At 6:33pm on April 12, 2010, Kirsten Coulter said…

You had left me a question regarding the Bookmarking Exchange group...

The reason for posting your own materials to a bookmarking site is that you hope a whole bunch of other people will like it, vote it up, get it on the homepage of the site, resulting in an avalanche of traffic to your page & probably a good backlink or two (or more).

Problem is, it's hard to get your submission seen by other bookmarkers on any of these services. The best way to do that is to have a reliable network of friends on that service who will vote up your submission. This will draw more attention to your submission so that hopefully lots of non-friends will also vote up your submission. And then hopefully you land on the homepage...

So the exchange is a way of ramping up your network of friends quickly. Everyone is motivated to vote for other people's submissions because they want the others in the group to do the same for them.

You just need to pay attention to your bookmarking accounts so that you catch new submissions by your network friends and vote for them on a timely basis. Digg has an RSS feed to help you with that.


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