Conversations Silhouettes by Kirsty Pargeter

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    Conversational Marketing vs. Market Conversations on www.briansolis.com/2007/09/conversational-marketing-versu.... Please note, this is not my picture, but one that I borrowed from images.google.com for a post in 2007. True photo credit goes to: Kirsty Pargeter. Click here for more of her pictures.

    cambodia4kidsorg, ijustfinished.com, and 22 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. rrobert_ah 76 months ago | reply

      Hi, very nice picture, I'm using it for my blog post
      The five myths about finding a mentor

      Thanks for sharing!
      Robert

    2. mstephens7 75 months ago | reply

      I'm using it in a talk called "The Hyperlinked Library"

    3. doris3meflcenter 75 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo.. I'm using it in a post in my blog.. doris3meflcenter.blogspot.com/2008/02/conversational-tips...

    4. purdman1 72 months ago | reply

      Hi there! Used your picture to illustrate a Lifehacker post:
      lifehacker.com/389844/improve-your-listening-by-mirroring...
      Thanks!

    5. ko_jasa 72 months ago | reply

      I too am using this great picture in a blog post. I don't know any HTML so can only say that it's at kojasa.worpress.com
      Thanks.

    6. Chris Bonney 70 months ago | reply

      I'm using in my blog presentation for the "What's A Blog" slide. It's a conversation, right? Among other things...
      www.chrisbonney.com

    7. EvanPeck 69 months ago | reply

      Just like everyone else, I loved the image and am using it for my own purposes. Here is the link in case you are interested:

      techincolor.blogspot.com/2008/08/why-twitter-is-good-and-...

    8. Kalinago English 69 months ago | reply

      Hi, I love this image, thanks for sharing it - am using it as the front page of my workshop on teaching speaking skills to language learners. Thanks, Karenne www.kalinago-english.com

    9. krystleblair 68 months ago | reply

      Congrats! This image was chosen to illustrate a wikiHow article. Thanks for using the Creative Commons license. Check out your work in action at:

      www.wikihow.com/Come-up-With-Good-Conversation-Topics

      Your image in the article links to a description page, which in turn, links to your Flickr page. Feel free to edit the description page with more details, such as your name and website. If you have any other pictures that would fit into our how-to articles, let me know!

      Thanks again,

      -Krystle
      www.wikihow.com/User:Krystle

    10. KBorArt 37 months ago | reply

      Gonna borrow this for my school presentation. Okay?

    11. jtp0198 30 months ago | reply

      This image is perfect for my most recent blog post about starting conversations!! Thank you!!
      www.online-dating-mastery.com/starting-conversations-tips...

    12. yo_creoenti 24 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this image,

      The back image depicts a triadic interpreting set-up. We would like to use it for our blog.

    13. Franzerl87 2 months ago | reply

      Hey, great Photo. Would it be ok for me to use for the website of my language service? Please let me know. Thank you

    14. Franzerl87 2 months ago | reply

      Hey, thank you for this great photo. Is it ok to use it for a commercial website if I mention you below the picture? It would be great if you could let me know. Thank you

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