In case you have not received the email request to complete a JiveWorld09 evaluation, I've posted the details here. Look forward to your responses!
Thank you for attending the inaugural JiveWorld09 community conference last week. While we've heard from many of you that the conversations, learning, and networking were fantastic, we'd appreciate getting formal feedback.
JiveWorld09 Attendee Survey Please take 5 minutes to complete the event survey. In return, we’ll give you 5 iTunes songs. While your feedback can be anonymous, if you want to get the iTunes songs, you'll need to provide us your name and email address so we can send the iTunes gift certificate to you. Click here to start the survey.
Avatar Photos If you participated in the photo shoot Saturday evening, you'll receive an email of your avatar photo within the next two weeks. If you do not receive it by November 15th, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
JiveWorld 2010 -- Where & When? We're glad so many of you inquired about next year's event. We'll announce the date and location for JiveWorld 2010 in December. In the meantime, stay in touch with everyone here in the JiveWorld Community.
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We'll send out an email as soon as we've processed the conference collateral and got it ready for prime time. We're estimating about 2 weeks to get the material posted.
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While the JiveWorld09 conference is over; continue the dialogue here in the JiveWorld Community
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