ORIGINAL: Ben Sobieck
There's no problem talking about businesses. But I think most people know the difference between "You're looking for new boots? Biff's Boots has a sale right now" and "If you're in the market for new boots, be sure to check out Biff's Boots, the Internet's leading retailer of hunting footware."
To be truthful, I don't see much difference between the two, other than in the first the writer is tipping us off to a sale going on. To my way of thinking, the big difference comes in when the poster has a personal stake in the product being promoted.
I'm glad you're taking the bull by the horns in the, Ben. When the posters know you'll act, they're more likely to give you the head's up. Thanks.
By the way, I use the Mozilla Firefox browser, and never get any unwanted pop-ups.
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