1198Re: Yahoo! marketing and SPAM
- Jun 22, 2002We are plannig a panel discussion on this very topic on Saturday
afternoon. Yes, you are correct that it will take a group of
"techies" to manage the web aspects. I think the idea is to start
small- have a short, occasional newsletter letter sent snail-mail.
If we can get a Non-profit up and running, then we can apply for
I might point out that when compared to what we paid for
marbling magazine subscriptions, this may actually be a little bit
cheaper and easier to manage.
I'm just brainstorming for now, but would love to hear more
comments on this issue. In particular, I would like to ask
"If we had a marbling society, what goals would you like to see
"What could a marbling society do for you personally?"
"Would you subscribe to an on-line marbling magazine?"
--- In Marbling@y..., "J Dolphin" <jdolphin@s...> wrote:
> It is a very large but not impossible endeavor. I'm sure this
> also be discussed at the conference this year , too. It is a lot of
> and you will need people savvy in internet matters, Not
marbling, to set up
> and maintain the web presence. Certainly I hope the
conference will allow
> people a chance to discuss this matter, and here too.
> > Yahoo may be a convenient way to bring us together, but we
may find at
> > point that we could do better.
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