Amongst marketeers, there is currently no other topic that is more discussed than content marketing. This blog will also take a closer look at this topic, and with this article, we are already in it. But this time, it’s not about a survey with figures or statements – it’s about what you, as our customers or prospects, expect from us, what we can offer, and how we communicate or get in touch with each other.
It is undeniable, that what you expect from us in the first place is first-class software. But, from many conversations that we have had with you, we know that you are also interested in experiences from other customers using our software and industry topics that go further.
Our user conference, founded in 2005, aimes exactly on that: bringing customers, prospects, partners and the vjoon team closer together, discuss and exchange in a relaxed atmosphere. Over time and based on the idea of the “vjoon community” the name “vjoonity” was born some years ago.
But, in the long-term, the conference as only embodiment of this idea isn‘t enough. Both, the conferences in New York City and Hamburg, cannot reach all of our customers or prospects. That’s why we added a blog and a newsletter to the conference, that still exists. In the future, both channels will inform you about our key topics: multi-channel publishing, asset management, collaboration and, of course, content marketing. Simultaneously, at any place in the world and throughout the whole year.
While in the past only the conference homepage could be reached at vjoonity.com, now the blog will welcome you as first place for the vjoon community to get information, away from advertising and press releases. And, at regular intervals, the blog will be complemented by a newsletter. The former conference website, with its picture galleries and videos of previous events, can be reached by a link in the blog menu or directly by using another URL.
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