- Equinix opens first phase of HK2; hosters key target market
- GoGrid opens data centre in Amsterdam
- Interesting tidbits about 1Q12 results for private hosters
Our clients want more. They want more information, more coverage and more insight. Today’s hosting industry executive doesn’t just want more, they want information fast and in an “easily consumable” fashion. Twitter was built for this and why we are making it such a key part of our content dissemination.
We’ve been chatting with clients and in an effort to cover more and deliver better snippets of information you will begin to see more content-oriented tweets. For those developments that are noteworthy but maybe not worth a post or deep analysis, we’ll deliver the information to you in 140 characters or less. You can consume on your mobile device or when you sit down in front of your workstation, scroll through our feed and see what has been going on. Its a much better way to consume information and get what you need in just a few minutes. Catching up on the industry will never be easier: just 140 characters at a time.
Content-oriented tweets are also a part of our commitment to “open source research”. We have our pay wall up for clients but still want to make a contribution to the dialogue around our industry. We’ll use Twitter to do just that. And did we mention its free? What we can do on Twitter our competitors will dress up and charge for.
If we could be bold: we are cheaper, faster and better!
Our content-oriented tweets will not impact regular research content and we will continue to deliver value to our paying clients. We continue to write in-depth analysis of developments, trends and both emerging companies and industry leaders. And of course, we’ll tweet the links for the convenience of our subscribers … and give you (the hopefully interested subscriber) enough of a taste that you’ll reach out for a trial and then become a subscriber as well!
And of course, we can’t forget to provide our handles: @phils8888 @structureres