Microsoft to Office 2007 Users: Give Us Your Success Stories
Article by George Norman
On 07 Jul 2009
Microsoft is once again trying to promote one of its products, but this time it is now Internet Explorer 8 (IE8), it is the Office 2007 productivity suite. The Redmond-based software giant is asking Office 2007 users to share with the rest of the world a story about how the productivity suite helped them. It is not all users that can share their success stories, it is just those that have a small business, or are part of a small business. If you and your small business have been helped by Office 2007, then you are invited to let Microsoft in on the story.

“Have you got an Office 2007 success story you'd like to share? Perhaps an illustration of how Office 2007 has helped your small business in a very specific or innovative way? We're looking for examples we can use in our marketing literature - around 50 words on how Office 2007 is proving to be of benefit in your everyday work life. Whether it's time saving, integration between Office applications, managing customers and quotes with Business Contact Manager or something different - please let us know,” explained the Microsoft Small Business team.

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Since your story will help Microsoft in its marketing effort, the company will show its gratitude by rewarding you. What will you get if you share your Office 2007 success story? You, and your small business, will be credited for the story and thus gain a very useful PR and market presence. So hurry up and send in your success story to the UK Small Business team at sbuk@microsoft.com

But sharing your Office 2007 success story is not the only narrative that Microsoft is interested in getting from users; the company also wants to hear from the regular user how Windows Live Messenger impacted his or her life in a positive manner. Microsoft does this because on the 22nd of July, Windows Live Messenger will celebrate its 10th anniversary. The first story, alongside other fun anniversary bits and pieces, has already been released to the public – check it out here.



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