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February 27, 2008

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Pam Peyron

Thank you for sharing your "lessons learned" from your Virtual Blog Tour, Susan.
"The 5 Things I Learned About Being A "Host" during your Virtual Book Tour":
1. When I was invited to be a "host" along the way, I didn't really understand the concept or my responsibility, so I made it a lot more complicated than I needed to.
2. The invitation to "host", was a wonderful invitation to read a book I wanted to read, but hadn't taken the time, so I got a book read that contained many rich nuggets of value and support for the entrepreneurial journey. Thank you Susan!
3. I loved having new voices visit my blog and write comments.
4. Susan modeled well how to give value to comments, but visiting and adding her comment.
5. Viritual Book Tours are a great way to launch a new book.
Thank you Susan for participating in a VBT so you can coach us all! Pam

Liz Fuller

Hi Susan

I just wanted to thank you for including my blog as one of your stops on your virtual book tour. Not only did I get to read your inspiring and thought-provoking book, I also got to network and meet new people who were involved with the tour.

It was interesting getting your perspective of the tour - I hadn't really thought about what it must be like for the author! It will give me more insight for next time.

Take care,
Liz

The Original Accidental Pren-her

I think Virtual Book Tours are tremendously beneficial, just for the reasons you gave, Liz. It's all about connecting, building relationships, and promoting the success of others.

The Original Accidental Pren-her

Pam, I love that you shared your lessons learned from the host's perspective. The one that comes up on both the host's and author's list is the value of connecting with others. That's the way that relationships are formed, discussion entered into, and insights shared -- the heart of women networking.

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