If you wish to use any poem or photo from this site you will need permission from Giorge Thomas. A small fee will apply. Please contact via the email address below for details.


Giorge Thomas can be contacted on the following email: giorginathomas(at)gmail(dot)com


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  1. Hi! My name is Ed and I am a web marketing professional. My team and I specialize in marketing and designing amazing sites for our client.My team and I would like to help you achieve your goals online. I believe that a website is the best representation of a companys core values. It should send a clear message of what the business is all about it should be attractive, easy to navigate and informative without being boring as well as being easy to manage and work with your budget.

    can provide you a design that contains these features and discuss details further. I am offering a free website consultation where I will take a look at your current site and see what we can do to help you achieve your goals with it. This consultation will only take a few minutes of your time and the value you will receive from my information will make it worthwhile.

    Let me know when you would be available to have this discuss further and get you started.


    Ed Frez

    If you are not interested in your analysis or do not wish for me to contact you just let me know by replying with the word remove in the subject line.


    1. If you took any notice of my site you will learn that I am not a ‘company.’ You would also have learnt that I am a poet and as a poet, I don’t have the funds for an exhaustive ‘web campaign’ in which to try and entice folks to my site. In which they will read poetry.

      If you were not *cold-calling* websites you would be aware that poetry is a niche market, not popular to the masses and therefore using a web-marketing campaign would be useless.

      Have a think about if I, or others like me are your ideal market audience. Then wonder if you if you’ve wasted your time sending me this comment.

      Replying wasn’t a waste for me. I write for writing sake.


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