We've relaunched WhizSpark.
We'd love anyone's feedback!!!!
Anyone that follows us knows that we are continuously adapting what we do to find our niche. We don't have a million dollars to spend on fancy market research or 20 programmers to develop everything we want to develop, so we test and check, test and check. And our development is guided by what we can sell - profitably - to customers with event marketing budgets - face to face .
Thus, our latest relaunch adds mostly a redesign to the home page and new marketing material, which describes the successes that we've had.
We've also bulked up our mailing list subscriber management tools. Anyone that has a mailing list, should create a profile on WhizSpark. We are the only social network that lets people connect and take their connection's contact information where they want to go. In other words, if someone subscribes to your list, you have access to their contact information, and you can communicate how you see fit.
We've also developed and launched some web services for our mailing list tools, which we are now rolling out under the radar to some partners. If anyone is interested in playing with them, let me know.
We are also formalizing some partnership programs that have been in development for some time, including our sponsorship sales efforts, event affilate program, our reseller program, and event planner partnership program. We are no longer building just an internet application. We are building a business. We'll be fleshing these things out as I write up more collateral based on our current partnership's successes.
There'll also be some OpenEvents related stuff that I'll be pushing soon too. I haven't forgotten, Marc.