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Talk:Marketing Guidance for Developers
Hamishwillee - Subedit/comments
Thanks for competing in the wiki competition.
I have given this a "minor" subedit for English and wiki style - for example there should always be a space after a comma and a full stop. We also use bold sparingly.
My concern about this article is that I don't really see that it adds value over the marketing guide - essentially it covers a subset of the same points, but doesn't go into much detail on them. I guess it is a summary of the main points.
05:31, 28 March 2013 (EET)
Influencer - Worthwile anyway
maybe your argument is right, but for me a short overview of the marketing guide has raised the interest... I'm going to have a look now - I think it's useful as an entry point.Thomas
01:37, 31 March 2013 (EET)
Jsivaguru - Major Changes
I have revised the whole article,removed the common content and added extra points. I am sorry I have still used bold, I am new to wiki writing and I am unable to think of a better way to present my content.Your suggestions are most welcome.J Sivaguru.
00:43, 1 April 2013 (EEST)
First off,thanks for your comment.However, I felt that many users may overlook the statement that this is a summary and may not look into the official marketing guide. Moreover, a 40 + page pdf may look intimidating at first .Hence I decided to redo the article so that it still provides a summary of sorts, but in a different manner such that the user will feel inclined to look into the Official marketing guide.
your thoughts ?J Sivaguru
00:48, 1 April 2013 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Thanks
Hi J Sivaguru.
Thanks for the updates. There is a position for a summary of the PDF - unfortunately several of the competition entries have done a similar job to varying levels of success. I need to think about best way for this to work for users.
07:34, 2 April 2013 (EEST)