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3rd November 2001 at 10:49 #11821<B>Marketing Manager</B>Guest
In this issue of our newsletter:
As many visitors will already know, we have been providing this discussion group since January 1999. The forum is used to exchange ideas about operational and engineering issues in the call centre industry.
More recently, the tone of the forum has changed. It is also becoming a meeting point for customers and vendors of call centre services. Whilst this is not necessarily a bad thing, we have decided to take steps to ensure that the original purpose of the forum is not lost in this huge tide of new messages.
Yesterday, the forum was changed to a moderated forum. This means that we will review new messages for suitability before allowing them to be published. We will perform these reviews daily, and will publish any messages that encourage general discussion. However, we will not post new messages that seek to promote call centre services or products.
To bypass this editing process, suppliers may make a small payment online. This would ensure that their post is immediately and automatically published for potential customers to read. Payment is the only option for companies or individuals posting commercial messages.
Whilst we realise that this step may be unpopular in some quarters, we feel sure that companies that are serious about promoting their products on a high quality and respected medium will be prepared to make this small contribution to our significant marketing costs.
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