For about one and a half years we have had this blog up, hoping to engage with as many people as we can. I have written some posts on which I got much feedback. These replies delivered me inspiration, new views and pride that so many people truly care about our products. Thank you for that!
One of the goals I personally had with this blog was to get more in contact with people who actually use our software as part of their professional tasks. So the people who work at or are a company which actively uses our solutions, next to my colleagues or working at a business partner. Not that we don’t interact now via other means with these people, or that they can’t call us or have us over for a good chat. But the ‘social web’ makes it so much easier to quickly engage or start an interaction which leads to so much more.
Although I am quite happy with the replies I got or the ones I read on posts from colleagues, also there is some disappointment. I have the feeling that we are not reaching these people yet. Or at least in a too limited number. Why would they read this?
The Exact product blog is a open platform were various people from various positions at Exact share on themselves, their work and our plans. Input from the blog is directly applied to the products and our view. And every reply get’s a follow-up.
I hope that is simply enough to attract more users to this blog. My request to you is twofold:
- Could you please help me in promoting this blog
- And/ or share tips with me on how to better reach these people who use our software in the benefit of their business
This blog is not a marketing tool it is one of the ways we use to get to know you better! Maybe as a third item; when you have topics of which you know users would be more interested in, also these are welcome.
This post should not be misread, the current replies are truly of value. It is just that I am convinced there are more people out there from which I can learn. Thanks for caring and thinking along. Keep your replies coming in, just let’s make the group BIGGER
For the image the credits go to yushimoto_02 [christian], taken from flickr.