[Marketing-Public]testimonials / quotes project
marketing-public at mozilla.org
Fri, 10 Oct 2003 01:32:21 -0400
As a side note, we might want to borrow some strategies from Opera in
this respect. Their "why opera" page is pretty decent. We might want
to incorporate certain elements under the "why firebird" and this new
testimonials page. We could also have a page full of User testimonials,
and then another with quotations from reviewers and other important folk
bart decrem wrote:
> Yeah, we would need to confirm this.
> Chris Hofmann wrote:
>> One thing to think about is authentication. As soon as this .cgi.
>> goes up I'm sure we will get a flood of testimonials and quotes from
>> B. Gates ;-)
>> Bart Decrem wrote:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> It'd be great if we had a testimonials and quotes project. Here's
>>> how this would work:
>>> - a web form that feeds data into a database:
>>> -- a quote
>>> -- name/initials/entity being quoted
>>> -- date
>>> -- product that the quote is about
>>> -- contact information / other way we can verify that it's OK to use
>>> the quote
>>> -- permission to feature the quote and/or permission to refer press
>>> to this person
>>> On the backend we have an editor who cleans up quotes if necessary,
>>> verifies permissions, and assigns a rating to each quote depending
>>> on how compelling it is. And quotes also get stale, and stop being
>>> used over time.
>>> Then, on the home page of our web site, and on each of the homepages
>>> for our products, there could be dynamically generated testimonials
>>> about our software - and right next to the testimonials is an "add
>>> your testimonials" button.
>>> When reporters ask for a reference customer or quote, we always have
>>> those handy.
>>> This would be another great project to host on Mozdev with
>>> mozilla.org resources made available as needed.
>>> Let me know if you'd like to take the lead on such an effort.
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