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Master of Disguises Blog Tour

About the Author

James Benjamin was born and raised as a Christian in Winston-Salem, NC. While growing up, James succumbed to the street life and was lured by the many faces of the enemy. Through his trials and tribulations, his faith in God ended up saving his life and provided an impactful testimony to share with others in his shoes. James has dedicated his life to spreading God’s word through his unique prospective and hopes to help change others lives as He did for him. He is also enrolled at the University of Phoenix, acquiring his associate’s degree. James Benjamin is also a student at Apostle Fredrick Price Ministry Training School class of 2013.

About the Book

James Benjamin is a living miracle. He was on a path towards destruction, and through his faith in God, was saved. In his first, self-published book titled “Master of Disguises,” James guides readers through his compelling story of struggling in the street life, and finding sanctuary through The Lord. Most importantly, he unveils the enemy, and the many disguises the enemy has. He provides inspiration where many feel hopeless, and educates individuals who are lost as he once was. James lives to tell his story to help keep young men and women off the streets and away from the grips of the enemy.

Benjamin’s story is one that attracts the groups that are hard to communicate to: teens and their parents, prisoners, people living the street life and their families, and the African American street community. Those that are experiencing hardships can easily listen to James as he used to be in their shoes. His prospective is inviting, as he leaves no secrets and lays out his life for the readers. James exposes the many faces of the enemy that he experienced to help the next individual detect and defeat them. As he learned through his own struggles, James finds it essential that Christians be aware of the enemy’s disguises. In his case, it almost cost him his life.

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Differing Views of Lawyers on Twitter: Savvy Marketing Tool or ‘Nonsense’? – News – ABA Journal

Some lawyers see Twitter as a marketing tool that allows them to promote their law practices without all the expense of advertising. Among the Twitter converts are New York criminal defense lawyers Matthew Galluzzo and Zachary Johnson, who first started tweeting during their representation of Angel Alvarez, the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.) reports. Alvarez was shot more than 20 times by police; he survived and grand jurors declined to indict him for gun possession. Now the lawyers use Twitter to announce media appearances, comment on criminal justice news and link to their blog posts. According to the story, “The old tools of branding—snazzy ties, confident bluster and gimmicky ads—are being replaced by a prominent web presence.” Not everyone agrees that Twitter helps gain clients. Scott Greenfield has a blog and more than 1,500…

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Differing Views of Lawyers on Twitter: Savvy Marketing Tool or Nonsense? – News – ABA Journal

Stuart KaplowJul 27, 2011 10:53 AM CDTTwitter has been a welcome addition to my marketing efforts. As a solo practitioner with a niche green building and sustainable business practice, Twitter has been great. It ties my monthly email newsletter to my website and drives traffic to both. Nearly every one of my tweets is retweeted by others. Not only does it allow an attorney to demonstrate knowledge, but it also allows one to be a thought leader in a particular subject area. And importantly, I can track new clients from my Tweeting. I recommend that attorneys investigate what Twitter can do for their practices.

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Stuart KaplowJul 27, 2011 10:53 AM CDTTwitter has been a welcome addition to my marketing efforts. As a solo practitioner with a niche green building and sustainable business practice, Twitter has been great. It ties my monthly email newsletter to my website and drives traffic to both. Nearly every one of my tweets is retweeted by others. Not only does it allow an attorney to demonstrate knowledge, but it also allows one to be a thought leader in a particular subject area. And importantly, I can track new clients from my Tweeting. I recommend that attorneys investigate what Twitter can do for their practices.

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