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Learn Japanese with live internet lessons.

Postby E-Japanese » Sun 11.12.2006 2:59 pm

Hi there,

E-Japanese offers live Japanese lessons over MSN messenger. Our teachers are friendly and will help you along every step of the way. Our Japanese course takes you from zero to hero in Japanese, in 21 lessons.

Add [___] to your MSN Messenger contacts to learn about a trial lesson for £2.99. We also have set up a small promotional website at [___]

We look forward to teaching you Japanese :)
-E-Japanese

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Postby paul_b » Sun 11.12.2006 3:17 pm

There is no absolute rule about not promoting your site but if your only participation in this forum is to promote your company then I suspect it would be less favourably looked on. Having sensible promotional content in your .sig while participating in this site may well be OK.

If you want adverts or mutual links then you should get in touch with Clay directly.
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Postby ashitaka » Sun 11.12.2006 3:56 pm

This is the Third advertisment post ive seen. Well at least this one is related to Japanese, unlike that country singer guy.

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<sarcastic-value="1"> Whoa you can make people fluent in just 21 fifteen minute lessons. AND teach us to know kana perfectly by talking to us with a broken mike?!?!
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Postby tanuki » Sun 11.12.2006 4:41 pm

Country singer guy? Oh, I didn't see that one. :@
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Postby E-Japanese » Sun 11.12.2006 6:30 pm

Hey, sorry about the advertising thing. I just need to promote our lessons and I thought hey, what better place than a Japanese topic forum; no harm intended.

Again, sorry for the violation.
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Postby paul_b » Sun 11.12.2006 6:56 pm

E-Japanese wrote:
Hey, sorry about the advertising thing. I just need to promote our lessons and I thought hey, what better place than a Japanese topic forum; no harm intended.

分かればよろしい。

If you're going to stay around then you might want to check out the FAQ and [wiki]How to Link[/wiki].
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Postby ashitaka » Sun 11.12.2006 7:02 pm

Price change percentages based on days of the week,remindes me of video games.

That site looks nice for one on freewebs, might I suggest buying a .com or .net from them? I think it is as low as $6.99 for their premium hosting package, it also removes freewebs limitations and advertisments.

EDIT; Adding text:
Taking off those anoying adds would make E-Japanese seem more profesional.

Or

Don't use their templates if you make it with your own HTML code it usually removes the adds and freewebs bar. (but it keeps that javascript thing at the top)
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Postby Fukumori » Sun 11.12.2006 8:25 pm

Hmmm...well, at least it wasn't about porn... (bot porn advertising = forum plague)
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