Calling All Customers!


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Let’s not kid ourselves: You’re pretty darn interesting. And given that you’re in the technology field, you’re intelligent, too. That’s why you host with us, and also why we want to know more about you.

You may have noticed a column in our recent newsletters called, “Technically Speaking With…,” which debuted in October and featured Scott Whitney, President of Podworx, Inc. In that issue we learned about podcasting, and since then Tim Gamory of Charity Navigator walked us through the world of non-profits, and this month, Ben Hunt of provided some expert insight into perfecting Search Engine Optimization.

We feel that the mark of a truly successful e-newsletter is that it folds its readers into the story. Therefore, not only is it our goal to keep you up to date on the latest and greatest from Newtek, but we’re looking to add some additional, brand new customer-centric columns. That’s where you come in.

So you’re probably asking yourself “But what’s in it for me?” Great question. If providing us with great, consumable content isn’t enough to entice you, how about educating more than 40,000 readers about your business (and perhaps picking up some new customers of your own along the way)? A great e-newsletter acts more like an interactive networking event than simply another marketing/sales tool. We want to educate and engage you, and in order to do that, we need you.

So please do us (and yourself) a favor by briefly answering the following questions. Once complete, copy and paste them into an e-mail addressed to: Be sure to include “Calling All Customers” in the subject line.

My website address:

What makes me unique?

If I could classify myself as a subject matter expert in any area it would be…

If selected, we’ll contact you as column openings become available. We appreciate your support in helping us build a real community, and hope you continue to find value in the information we send to you monthly.

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