Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Getting Social and a shout out to Heather Lynne!

Most of you probably aren't aware, but our team at LDSJournal.com actually does high-end Web development for a number of companies and we also provide consulting services for a number of high-profile organizations. With our clients, we stress the importance of visibility and transparency with their customers. These facts combined with our lack of production in our own social media is extremely ironic and shameful. Over the past couple of weeks, we've been outlining our plans for 2011 and one glaring area we've failed in 2010 was social media. Now, any tech company worth a darn will tell you that a social media strategy in today's market can make or break or you. Quite frankly, we've been guilty of forgetting our social community. Rather, I've been guilty and I'm going to be better moving forward.

We have some lofty goals for 2011 and in so many ways I wish I could tell you everything we have planned. That said, I can tell you that we're looking to grow our development team. We're also looking to put LDSJournal in a position to be delivered in multiple languages this year. Again, all lofty goals and we're interviewing people to find the right fit for our team. If you're a developer and have a passion for this project, we'd love to talk to you. If you're interested in helping with translation, we'd like to talk to you too!

Lastly, I want to give a shout out to Heather Lynne, an LDSJournal.com member. While we were sleeping on our Facebook Fan Page, Heather wasn't. She posted photos of her LDSJournal printed book and shared her thoughts and feelings about the final product and they look amazing. It helped to answer some of our user's questions and we sincerely appreciated her help. She's obviously a gifted photographer with a great eye and she was kind enough to let us post this photo she took. We would be remiss if we didn't share her site with you. http://www.raisingmemories.com. If you have photography needs, give Heather a shout!


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