Interactive mediums - such as Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, ext - are becoming more and more popular each day.  Each week millions of people login to these new social mediums to send out billions of updates.  There is a ton of information out there and its difficult for organizations - non-profit and for-profit, alike - to know how to effectively engage their audiences.  Right now, organizations are frantically running around trying to keep up with the whirling winds of change that are happening all around them.  AETN is no exception.

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Posted on 26 Apr 2010


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Interactive mediums - such as Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, ext - are becoming more and more popular each day.  Each week millions of people login to these new social mediums to send out billions of updates.  There is a ton of information out there and its difficult for organizations - non-profit and for-profit, alike - to know how to effectively engage their audiences.  Right now, organizations are frantically running around trying to keep up with the whirling winds of change that are happening all around them.  AETN is no exception.

We want to continue to be apart of your life.  We feel that we have a valuable message and valuable content for you and your family to enjoy.  We not only bring you entertainment choices, but educational choices, as well.  We hope to continue to be as much apart of your life as you will allow us to be.  Thats why we have a question to ask you.

How can we better engage you?  How can we better bring you the content you love and enjoy to these new social mediums?  Any idea, or suggestion, is welcome.  We would really love to hear from you.

Please leave your idea, or comment below.

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