Hi. If I am out of line porting this here, please let me know as I am new to
My company is rolling out a "digital planroom" - a construction document
management system that can be easily used on the web. A place where
contractors, architects/engineers and subs can all access shared plans and
documents in a very easy way. The client administrator controls who can
access which project plans.
I welcome you all to give the website a review and help me out by letting me
know what you think and if this is something you might use. Save gas, time
and printing costs!
Here's the website:
On Mon, 15 Sep 2008 13:55:24 -0400, "MyConstructionDocuments"
This is called spam, and spam is *NEVER* welcome. Saying 'I am new' is
meaningless, one should read and understand before taking a big step.
In your case you spammed Usenet, and will probalby cost your company
potential sales and goodwill. Dumb move.
Only someone as slow as you are would go to a spammed web site for any
reason. The odds of getting a dose of malware, or other bad things is
just way too high. I'd recommend immeditatly shutting down you web
site, waiting six months before restarting in order to minimize the
bad effects of your spam.
Yes, you're 'out of line'..You've CROSSPOSTED to 6 different
newsgroups..that is frowned on by many, especially since it's a Commercial
advertisment trying to SELL A SERVICE, no matter how artfully disguised.
COMMERCIAL posts are frowned upon...these boards aren't intended as a rule,
for advertising one's product no matter how wonderful the creator believes
item or service to be.
Consider what these newsgroups would look like if every (thousands of)
business crossposted their service(s) [ADS] to Six or so groups.. CHAOS !
.. like scrambling the entire contents of the YellowPages and hitting
http://lipas.uwasa.fi/~ts/http/crospost.html : in part, says
"The number one rule of cross-posting is that cross-posting should never be
used indiscriminately. If you feel that it is necessary to cross-post,
consider carefully your selection, and keep it down. Avoid cross-posting to
groups that are branches of the same sub-hierarchy, that is don't cross-post
to adjacent newsgroups"
You'll NOTE, I've removed FIVE of the groups from my reply.
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