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E N Brown

Location: Derby, KS US
Website: http://t.co/Y25I5DA2Hc


Hello Twitter Neighbors! It's been sometime since I've been on Twellow but I am back to update this profile today. I'm a web developer and online PR agent. I spend most of my time online and since I work from home, that can be at odd hours. I try not to look at the times other people post items because I know my posting times can be erratic too. It's looks odd to be posing at 2 AM but when I wake up in the middle of the night, that's exactly what I do. Blog for my businesses and/or some clients businesses and make comments all over the www. It's not my usual motus operandi but it certainly does happen. Clean and Sober but comments at Bill O. during what most folks call "sleeping time." I've been making a living online since 1997 and my mother company, BEK - Brown Enterprises of Kansas, has been in business since 1992. It took five years to get to the point where I felt comfortable working entirely from home. I don't miss dressing UP everyday, driving x number of miles in the heat and bitter cold either. I do miss the human interaction, but twitter, ryze and facebook help with social networking and makes me feel needed and even liked (not by everyone I'm sure but having the WHOLE enchilada has never been a goal of mine). I call BEK a 'Mother Company' because I own over 70 URL's and all my business are interconneced, you know, like a WEB? Uh, little pun there (very little, tiny in fact). I don't suppose I should be writing this much stuff here but they gave me the space and by gorry, I'm gonna fill it up! Two thousand character doesn't sound like much but when you are typing it out, it's a bit more than you might think. Since one of my businesses is SEO copywriting at BuddyCopywriting.com I can fill up a great big extra long page too. Heh. Of course, I'm not putting out a lot of hype here, just raw comments. Do you think many folks will take the time to read all this? I feel like it's turning into a blog entry. HA, Guess what? 2000 characters!