November 05, 2012 | From the Field | Jackie Roembke | Views: 178

Save Time and Improve Value?

Digital technology gives us the opportunity to help you save time

I’ll say it right up front: If we lose your attention — we’re toast. 

No, I don’t think that’s likely, particularly since Feed & Grain has spent more than 50 years working to keep your attention, but if we don’t worry about losing you, then we’re not doing our job. And our job is to deliver information you need, want and value. That’s how we earn your attention.

In today’s digital world, earning your attention becomes more and more complex — in a good way. Digital technology gives us the opportunity to help you save time and help us provide more value. We can target to you the information you need, delivered consistently or readily accessible. Less clutter and more value.

There are some technologies that help us do this; for example, we know what articles are most read, what products are most searched and other key areas of activity on our website and with our e-newsletter. That’s important, but we still want to hear from you.  Which is why I am asking you to do us a favor: Help us continue to learn more about your information needs and how to meet them.

Click here to go to directly our registration page. Please provide your information, sign up for the e-newsletters and email notifications that you’d like to receive, and tell us more about your job, your responsibilities and your information needs.

With all of the options you have for finding information, we want to make sure Feed & Grain stays at the top of your list. We appreciate your help in doing so!  If I am missing something or if you have questions for me, please send me an email: arlette.sambs@feedandgrain.com. 

Thank you for investing your time. We will continue working to help you save time and find more value with the content we deliver to you. 

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