January 2014





Webinar: How to Choose the Right Online Community Platform

Author: Kate
This webinar will cover:

    Identifying your unique needs and use cases
    Questions to ask vendors to find out if their solutions fit your needs
    A methodology for evaluating vendor solutions to go from "short list" to final decision
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Cool Insights into DNN Corporate at January Mtg

Screen shots reveal DNN Corp Practicing What it Preaches

Author: Don Gingold

We have a rare treat for those who read on and watch the videos. DNN Partner Program Coordinator Megan Croley showed us the way DNN Corp communicates internally while describing a recent Adopt-a-Family campaign. That, plus the latest in DNN news, User Group news, and a brief talk on a special variation to Responsive Design.

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Join Us for the January Meeting

Wednesday, Jan 8, 7pm Central online

Author: Don Gingold

Thank heavens for remote conferencing!! At our ONLINE January meeting, Megan Croley from DNN Corporation visits us, Don Gingold from Sprocket talks about the next thing in Responsive Design, we'll have the latest from the DNN industry, and more. You don't have to go out into the cold to enjoy all this!! Read on for the GoToMeeting ID.

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