Question by Brian: I was just wondering how I could advertise my paranormal research group?
I am a seasoned amateur investigator trying to advertise my new professional research group to the public. I was just trying to figure out how to do that. Any info anyone can give me will be greatly appreciated
Thanks in advance
Answer by faith41jesus Website, Blog, make videos & post them on Youtube, news letters, make up shirts with your name plus website name and your team could wear them while working.
Jims-Space-Agency.50webs.com … http … Video #4 Best UFO Research. New UFO Web Sites. Aliens UFOs. Aloha !!! 🙂 In this video I wake up early to see the sunrise and listen to the birds, just lovely! Then I produce a video that I have always wanted to make, a video of the best UFO research sites and UFO researchers sharing information about UFOs and aliens. And encouragement for new UFO researchers to make new UFO websites. ================= Jims Space Agency Network… Jims-Space-Agency.50webs.com Or here… http ================= I would have liked to mention everyone’s name in the following list, in the video, but I have to keep the video to about 5 minutes in length. However there is a JPG with the following names of these great best top UFO researchers … Many people I respect and admire, that I have studied… Art Bell, Dr Steven Greer, Stephen Bassett, Paola Leopizzi Harris, Dr Edgar Mitchell, Nick Pope, Stanton Friedman, John Kuhles, George Noory, Kevin Smith, Jeff Rense, Clifford Stone, Robert Lazar, Robert Dean, Michael Hesemann, (Heseman?) Wendelle Stevens, Frank Kaufman, Professor Robert Carr, Timothy Good, Dan Aykroyd, Alfred Webre, Linda Moulton Howe, Whitley Strieber, Gordon Cooper, Dr John Mack, Jorge Martin, Virgil Armstrong, Calvin Parker and Charles Hickson, Travis Walton and Mike Rogers, John Callahan, Graham Bethune, Lou Gentile, George Filer, Many Other Folks With The Disclosure Project, Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan, Steve Meyers, George Knapp, Dr … Video Rating: 4 / 5
This is a directed graph visualization based on data collected from the Netscan project at Microsoft research from Usenet newsgroup message traffic. In this image the dots are "nodes" representing authors or "posters" in a newsgroup about server operating systems for computers. The dots are connected by lines or "edges" representing the relationship "replied to".
The image highlights the variation in roles and social structure in newsgroups and other online discussion communities.
The C#UNG software that generated the image is freely available from research.microsoft.com. It comes with an Excel plug-in that allows users to generate their own network visualizations with any data they can get into a spreadsheet (that contains a properly formatted directed graph data structure). Your mileage may vary. Netscan can be found at netscan.research.microsoft.com.
Smith, Marc A., Researcher at Microsoft Corporation, 2007. Netscan: A Social Accounting Search Engine, Microsoft Research Community Technologies Group, netscan.research.microsoft.com