Here is my answer to both:
Sepp, the answer is no, but only if you ask anyone else outside of Jim Gray who posted the other comment.
Jim, as I wrote to your company today, before you even made this post on
my site I have already spent a good deal of time with your technology and have made an offer to test it out publicly on a new service I would like to introduce very soon.
I think your technology has indeed unique points and benefits not available through competing tools.
The issue remains of how many people can appreciate what you have been able to integrate into your tool without first trying it out.
It is in the line of thought and marketing approach that I am offering an open opportunity for you to showcase the value of your tool to my readers.
Here is a copy fo the message I have sent to Barbara Nachtigall at your company in response to your kind submission of your new tool announcement to me:
thank you for your kind contact ad for introducing me to this new technology.
As you may not know I am one of the very few independent reporters dealing with new media technologies that does not work for major media conglomerates or corporate interests. You may want to check some of my references and work by looking at the best credibility source available online: Google. here is a direct link: http://tinyurl.com/irgu.
I have spent some considerable time to review your information, download the free Awasu reader and to test the it across a number of situations.
I find your product interesting and would be willing, if you would find this of interest to your marketing initiatives, to associate myself with your brand through a new project I am bringing to life.
As I have established myself as a strong authority in the field of online collaboration outside of the enterprise/corporate market I am about to launch an Online Forum that will provide a unique venue to the SOHO market to inquire, ask and interact with experts in the online collaboration, Web conferencing and live presentation industries. The Online Forums will have all of its categories accessible as RSS feeds. Access to this forum will be open to the public, and invited experts/moderators will be industry leaders, company CEOs, journalists and independent thinkers like me.
It is likely that due to the cross promotional and visibility interests of these experts and of the extensive promotion that will be made of this resource that a good, sustained traffic of visitors will make this new online resource a fixed reference point for them. To facilitate their discourse and interchange with it the Quikconnex system would seem to offer an edge over standard forms of keeping Forum visitors updated through email. Now, with your system they not only could be informed of the updates and posts to the categories you would subscribe to, but you could also respond or post another question directly from your email inbox, if I understand correctly.
Well, it would certainly appear as an interesting marriage and one set to showcase how good really your technology can be in some specific situations like this one.
Since I value this as a useful research and marketing exploratory test of your new technology I am willing to partner with you in trying this out with your support.
If the results prove to be good, I will also be forced to write a positive review of your technology to my Robin Good extended audience which will certainly be pleased to learn about new ways in which it could capitalize of your new ideas while finding new opportunities to monetize their value.
Let me know what you think of the above and if you are interested in making such a partnership.
Looking forward to hear from you,"
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