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Re: 26 July 2013 -- Live Chat with Max
kmperham   7/26/2013 1:33:33 PM
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Max---PLEASE DO! :) The designlines most relevant to us are, of course, on "page 2," so I'm selfishly motivated to want them to receive equal stance. Another idea I had that I recently shared with an EET/UBM Tech sales rep was---now that the community is launched and interaction w/ editors and EET has changed so much, host a live EET webcast for engineers and marketing folks to learn how to interact with the site AND WITH EDITORS in the "new publishing" model. I'd like to hear from editors about how they work now, what they really want to see, how to get companies some exposure, etc. since we're exiting the product announcement and briefing era, it seems.

 



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