Social Media Contest for ESP Online for Macs

Wednesday November 4, 2009 | Filed under: Community, Industry Initiatives, Member Benefits, News About ASI

I'm the chief technology officer for ASI and I'm also a Mac user, so I'm especially excited that we're developing ESP Online for Macs that will be available soon to the advertising specialty industry.

To be among the first to be notified when the new ESP Online for Macs is available, register here.  And we're starting the celebration early by giving away a $250 American Express gift card - good as cash - in a drawing among users who engage with us in social media.  Just share your comments about the new ESP Online for Macs, or any other ASI product if you're not a Mac user.  Tell us what you think. 

Enter the contest three ways:

--  Post a comment right here on Tim's blog about the new ESP Online for Macs or any other ASI product.  You might tell us how we're helping, or what you'd like us to start providing.

--  Visit ASI's Facebook page here and become a fan - click the icon at the top with the plus sign that says "Become a fan." 

--  Go to Tim's Twitter page here, and become a follower by clicking the "Follow" button.

If you're already a fan of ASI's Facebook or a follower on Tim's Twitter - or both - you're automatically entered.  You can still post a comment here on the blog for an extra entry.  If you don't have these accounts, visit the sites through the links above to get your free account.

The new ESP Online for Macs will run right on your operating system - no Windows required and no third-party software needed (like Parallels). 

If you don't use ESP Online and you have a Mac, using ESP will change the way you do business.  It allows suppliers to feature their products for distributors, and allows distributors to quickly search and find the best promotional products for their end-buyer clients among nearly every product in the industry.

Watch these sites for more information about ESP Online for Macs, and let me hear from you.  Enter the contest - it's open now through November 30, 2009 (rules). 

-- Keith

Keith Tuskey is the chief technology officer for ASI.