Date: Sun, 2 May 1999 14:42:58 PDT
Reply-To: Ed Cabanero <ed_cabanero@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From: Ed Cabanero <ed_cabanero@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: www.byte-symphony.com (Free listing service - first responders)
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My website has survived proof-of-concept!
I would like to do the community a service by making my site available for
use as a repository for information pages or resumes, if such a need exist.
This service is now available with various users groups or special interest
groups; what I offer is basically a step-beyond presentation and editing, to
present someone in the best light. You have control over what is presented
in your information page.
My website is national in scope. I am planning to invite employers to
advertise at my site in the very near future (tastefully of course).
We often get hammered with the importance of the WWW to our future as SAS
developers. Here is your chance to have a definitive presence on the web!
Thanks for your time. Please respond directly to my email address to save
bandwidth on SAS-L.
San Diego, CA
Here is the text from my FAQ on information pages:
Q. What is "Home site for effective consultant marketing presentations"?
A. Let's face it. Most SAS consultants neither have the time or inclination
to pursue web-related programming. And yet, these are the very group of
people that need to be out there on the WWW. A presence on the web can only
enhance the ability of a large network of employers to get relevant data
about a consultant and be able to offer employment rapidly because of
Information pages are one-two pages of information composed by a consultant
to show relevant information about his/her background and experiences, which
he or she might point potential employers to in addition to a paper resume
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