Introducing a brand-new Cyber Acoustics
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by beau
Technology evolves. In the last fifteen years, we've seen the Internet change from a static, information dump to the living, friends-connecting-with-friends, socially sharing beast that it is today.
Connecting with people online that you may or may not know in the real world is no longer a "fad of the week," but more so a way of living. I spend roughly 70% of my time interacting with people online. My web personality is just as important to me as my real world presence. Anything I say online I will gladly say in person - the age of web anonymity is over.
Online, social networking is a life function that's trending as much as Justin Beiber on Twitter. And if you understand what I meant in that last sentence, then the changes we've made here on Cyber Acoustics' website will speak to you.
The site you're viewing is the first step in the maturation of Cyber Acoustics' web presence. It's a kick-start to a whole new CA, something that we want all of you to be a part of.
Compared to our old website, we've added a grip of functionality that will aid you and us in spreading the word out about our products.
Social media-wise, you'll find all the mainstays: Facebook sharing and like buttons, Twitter re-tweeting, Digg posting, and Google Buzz integration. We've also added a customer review section, as well as links to our Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages.
Outside of the review section, our community is involved with the distribution of our message through our CA.TV initiative. YouTube videos of certain products are embedded right into the product pages for quick and easy viewing.
If you're reading this, chances are you already found our new blog page. Here, I'll be introducing new products, giving you background knowledge on CA as a company, and maybe even some behind-the-scenes stuff.
But who am I? My name is Beau Rosser, and I'm Cyber Acoustics' Social Media Director and your guide to all things CA.
I hope you enjoy what we've built for you.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to post them in the comments.
Also, there's this video: