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October 1, 2009 / jasonpinto

Will the crowd boo?

In my 10 years at interlinkONE, I’ve had the privilege of seeing a wide range of marketing campaigns executed by our customers. I’ve also been a part of our own corporate marketing efforts.

However, today will be a first for me, personally…. I’ve helped create content for a lot of webinars. But this will be the first time that I’ve actually been one of the presenters.

I’ll be part of a webinar today that is being hosted by the Mailing and Fulfillment Services Association (MFSA).

The subject is “Expanding Into New Media”.   It’s all about identifying new ways for print, fulfillment, and mail services providers to expand their business. We’ll be showing specific examples, as well as pros and cons, of other marketing solutions that these service providers can offer to their customers.

Who’s “We”? The topic will be co-presented by Mark McIntosh, of Cedar Graphics, and Karen Sheehey, of interlinkONE.

So… I’m off to go do some final preparation. Am I nervous? YES! Definitely a bit…. But I’m excited about the content, and the topic.

If you dare tune in, here is the info:

http://interlinkone.com/marketing/2009/09/30/mfsa-webinar-tomorrow-101-expanding-into-new-media/

Photo Credit: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tennis_crowd_0854.jpg

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  1. Adam Edelman / Oct 1 2009 1:02 pm

    “Speak slowly and with a forked tongue”. Advice I once heard from an Indian Chief. You’ll do great!

  2. jasonpinto / Oct 1 2009 1:03 pm

    Thank you Adam! I definitely appreciate it

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