[web-team] TechVenue.com Event Posting Reminder

Marc MERLIN marc_news at vasoftware.com
Tue Feb 19 22:15:02 PST 2002


Excuse me, but you did tell us that you had unsubscribed
webmaster at svlug.org and marc_web at merlins.org

Why are we still receiving this?

MArc

On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 12:29:00AM -0500, Services at TechVenue.com wrote:
> Calendar Name: 	USValley
> Event text: 	Silicon Valley Linux User Group (SVLUG)
> Scheduled for: 	Wednesday, March 6 2002Popup/Link: 	Silicon Valley Linux User Group (SVLUG)
> URL: http://www.svlug.org/
> EVENT NOTES:
> Meetings are either technical presentations, product demonstrations,
> or general question and answer meetings. The Saturday workshops are
> your chance to bring in your computer and install the basic system or
> work on more advanced features. All meetings are free and open to the
> public. Sign up for one of our mail lists to learn about local events
> and discuss Linux with local enthusiasts.
> ORGANIZATION NOTES: 
> The Silicon Valley Linux User Group (SVLUG) is the oldest and one of
> the largest Linux user groups in the world. It's a group of Linux
> hobbyists, professionals and enthusiasts in the vicinity of San Jose,
> California, which is also internationally known as Silicon Valley. Our
> members share interests in Linux and free or low-cost implementations
> of Unix, as well as other open sourceTM software. The group was
> originally formed in 1988 as the PC-Unix Special Interest Group of the
> Silicon Valley Computer Society. SVLUG celebrated its 10th anniversary
> at the March 4, 1998 meeting, where Linus Torvalds addressed an
> audience of 500 people.
> 
> _________________________________________________
> EVENT COORDINATORS:
> 
> Hello - I wanted to thank you again for using TechVenue.com to post and promote 
> your event(s) - and at the same time, supporting the technology 
> region(s) you serve with your event(s)...
> 
> EVENT POSTING REMINDERS = ACCURATE EVENT INFO:
> When you post events, you will receive an email reminder of your event 
> posting 2 weeks before the actual event to remind you if you need to 
> make any changes to your posting. Once a month, you will also receive 
> a reminder to post any upcoming events for your organization...
> 
> Need to UPDATE, POSTPONE or CANCEL your event posting? Just use the 
> form again. Your latest posting will overwrite your previous one. 
> Alternatively, simply cut-and-paste the event detail as it is now, 
> edit it, and email your updated event posting to: Events at TechVenue.com
> 
> A Few Tips For Maximum Exposure:
> 1) Post future events EARLY and reach thousands in the tech community you would not reach otherwise. 
> 2) Post future events as "Save The Date" items, even if you do not have all the details ready, building your mailing list along the way.
> 3) Consider promoting your event more effectively using:
>    a) Event Highlighting - Use different text colors, backgrounds to attract more eyeballs
>    b) Sponsorships - Website and email updates exposure for your event and/or organization (Ask about our Media and Services Kit)
>    c) Ads - Broadcast your event/organization info weekly to an open audience that wants to hear about you. 
> 
> Here's to higher quantities and higher quality attendees at your events!
> 
> Regards, 
> 
> David Flint & The TechVenue.com Eventmasters
> 
> David Flint
> President/CEO
> http://TechVenue.com - Your Regional Business Technology Events Calendar
> David at TechVenue.com
> Phone/Fax: (312) 777-4001 x4753
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