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Will You Recommend Voices.com?

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 22, 2006

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In an effort to help build community and awareness on a large scale, we thought we'd seek out your help and ask that you consider placing an "I Recommend Voices.com" badge on your personal website or blog. Choose from 3 great designs!

Want to show your appreciation for Voices.com?

Simply place a badge on your website or blog by doing a copy and paste of a snippet of code. Here are three badges for you to choose from. We hope you like them :)


irecommend_thumbsup_150.gif

Copy and paste this HTML code into your website.

irecommend_heart_150.gif

Copy and paste this HTML code into your website.


irecommend_star_150.gif

Copy and paste this HTML code into your website.


Thank you for helping to spread the word.

Have a great day!

Stephanie and The Voices.com Team

P.S. If you'd like to help but don't know how to insert the code into your website, forward this page to your webmaster.

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Comments


    Stephanie,

    I've added the uppermost of the three choices to my blog already.

    Be well,
    Bob

    Posted by:

      Yes! A resounding "yes", to your question of "Will You Recommend Voices.com?"! I've added the star button to my podcast's blog. Wayne

      Posted by:

        Just added it to my myspace...yee-haa!

        Posted by:
        • Jamee Thompson
        • September 21, 2006 9:59 AM

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