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Hi I watch press tv live and note that google has taken it offline with no apparent reason. It would be appreciated if you could open this channel as this is the only news channel I love and trust in ...
This is so well said and should be compulsory industry reading. Thank you.
Hi Jeff, totally agree. It isn't 3 million unique people seeing the content as there will be 'duplications'. That said, receiving the content from multiple friends/ connections will only strengthen the message, thanks Dave
Can you get your very unprofessional credit team to stop oppressing a widow for a debt they insist was incurred by her late husband who has been dead for three years. They never front up they never sign their reply ...
Absolutely brilliant. To mess with an icon song must have been scary, but it's done so well. Look forward to seeing if this correlates to sales results.
A lot of the New Zealanders sharing will be to people who have already seen it so there's a lot of duplication in that 3 million. Removing the duplication would result in a figure quite a bit smaller.
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