Hello! I'm Korean Christian. nice to meet you:)

rafacebook

New Member
I just joined here!
i own a small website about bible in korea.
I'm trying to figure out how to go viral on facebook so I thought you
would be the best people to ask!

Anyways... what works. I'm trying to promote my website and I could
use all the help..

thanks..
 
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mattfivefour

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Staff member
re: Hello! I'm korean cristian. nice to meet you:)

An-yeong-ha-se-yo! Welcome to Rapture Forums. If your website is indeed a Bible site, then prayer is the best way of promoting it. God will ensure that you are seen by the proper people. I would be interested in seeing your site. You cannot post a link to it here, at the moment. But if you send me the link by private message, I will check it out.
 

anath

I Love the Lord
re: Hello! I'm korean cristian. nice to meet you:)

Hi Rafacebook, so glad you have joined us here. Welcome :wave
 

IamPJ

Well-Known Member
re: Hello! I'm korean cristian. nice to meet you:)

Hello rafacebook. Nice to have you here.
 

Meg

Well-Known Member
re: Hello! I'm korean cristian. nice to meet you:)

Welcome Rafacebook, and Merry Christmas to you.
 

Betty

Well-Known Member
Re: Hello! I'm korean cristian. nice to meet you:)

I thought about you yesterday. I attended the Church my son attends for the candle light service. His Pastor is from Korea. He has been in America 12 years.

God bless and keep you.
betty
 

cspat64

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Welcome here. Look like we are diversified here. I'm wondering how many different nationalities we have here on this forum. I myself was born and raised in Thailand.
 

mattfivefour

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Welcome here. Look like we are diversified here. I'm wondering how many different nationalities we have here on this forum. I myself was born and raised in Thailand.
Born and raised for the first part of my life in the UK ... Welsh father, British mother. Brought to Canada as a child still in elementary school. Became Canadian citizen. After death of my first wife, married an American who is now a legal resident of Canada.
 

readyforhome

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Born and raise in South Louisiana, and moved to Mississippi where I met my wife. No idea of the exact makeup of my background other than likely English Isles; and a little bit of Native American, mostly Houmas and Choctaw Indians. Heh, there is a tiny little town in Mississippi called Martinville named after my great, great, great, great grandfather. You'll literaly miss it if you blink.:hehheh
 
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