Charles Jones Blog


You’re probably already familiar with the fact that corporations by the thousands are putting blogs up on their Web sites.  A blog, which is a compressed word made from “Web” and “log”, originally was a place where people wrote about their daily activities much like a diary and posted them online.  Today, blogs have become a dynamic force in the new world of Social Media.  Much like other types of Social Media, blogs tend to “eliminate the middleman” when it comes to how a corporation sends messages to its most important audiences.  According to Bryan Wiener, CEO of a company called 360i (http://blog.360i.com), this kind of tactic “provides brands with the unique opportunity to have a direct relationship with their customers and to both listen and talk.”

At Signature Information Solutions, we believe that one of the best ways we can communicate with our customers is to create a continuous, valuable exchange of relevant information.  This blog will allow us to do just that.  Over the next few months, we will be providing insight and observations that are important to your business.  We will be sharing topical information and data presented at industry trade shows that you may not have been able to attend.  We will inform you of market trends and possible regulatory changes affecting our business as well as yours in a quick and timely manner via our blog. But, in order to be truly effective, we need you to give us your feedback. Please comment directly below each blog message. You can also contact us confidentially at signaturefeedback@signatureinfo.com.

We hope you enjoy this blog and look forward to hearing from you as we continue to provide you with what we believe will be valuable as well as actionable information.

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