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These were the only nurse related posts I received.
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I was going to go out and find great nursing posts and include them in this edition (and I KNOW you are all out there!) but I wanted to get some feedback. Online cheap viagra What do you think should happen in a case where the majority of submissions have nothing to do with nursing?
- If nursing-related posts are few, online cheap viagra should the host go “looking” for some great posts by or about nurses?
- If you run across a great post on another blog, online cheap viagra would you be comfortable submitting it for the blogger?
- If you are a blogger yourself, online cheap viagra would you be comfortable having your blog post included in Change of Shift? Would you prefer the post-er ask your permission?
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That means we need as many nurses as possible to submit their posts, online cheap viagra or have their posts submitted.
I need your ideas.
Do we need more aggressive marketing? Should we issue personal invites to submit? Should hosts be able to just “put in” posts that they think are great? Should we have a “Blog of the Week” selection, online cheap viagra by the host?
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