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Issue 026 - Jan 7, 2005


In this issue:

  1. Article Manager Sale Ends January 31st
  2. LivePerson is Back
  3. Who's Who at interactivetools
  4. How we spent our holidays
  5. Tips and Tricks - News from the Forum

Article Manager Sale Ends January 31st

You still have time to get Article Manager at the discounted price of $269. The sale price will be available until the end of January.

It's a discount of $30 from the regular Article Manager price, so if you were looking for a great tool to manage the content on your website, give it a try. You can even save $120 off the regular 5-pack price, or $195 on a 10-pack.

If you're a previous customer who received our holiday special, you can use the $50 dollar credit with Article Manager's discount price - a total savings of $80!

Feel free to read more about Article Manager or watch the Video Tour.

To pick up a copy, just visit our order page.


LivePerson is Back

LivePerson is available on our website once again. We removed it for a short time while we trained our new product specialists (Mike & Ross). Now that they're up to speed, you can now use LivePerson as an instant chat service to talk to us about our software and services.

You'll see the LivePerson links on almost every page of interactivetools.com - just click the link that reads "Click Here for Live Chat". If we're not available at that moment, feel free to leave us a message, or contact us through other means (email, phone, forum, etc.).

LivePerson is a great tool for answering product and company related questions. If you're interested in providing a similar service to your visitors, you can check out the LivePerson website.


Who's Who at interactivetools

When I emailed holiday greetings to our customers along with a picture of our team, a common question was, "Which one are you?" or, "Who's that?" (One customer actually replaced Damon's face with his own, and emailed the picture back!)

So I thought a "who's who" page would be a great opportunity for you to get to know the team better. I've created a page with a picture of each of us and a brief description of what we do.

Take a look and let us know what you think! :)


How We Spent Our Holidays

I hope all of you had a fun and happy holiday season. We sure did!

It all started with a company outing, where we went to a Japanese "Teppanyaki" restaurant named Osaka. The food was phenomenal, and the experience was even better. "Teppanyaki" is where an expert chef cooks the food (steak and seafood) right in front of you, juggling vegetables and cooking utensils, swapping jokes, dicing at the speed of sound, and even creating huge fireballs. And the food was great too!

The restaurant was followed by an exciting game of five pin bowling, where Dave took home the highest score.

And of course, each of us also spent time with family and friends.

Cliff came back to work nursing blisters on his thumbs from playing his new PS2. Damon enjoyed watching his 15-month-old son get excited with all of the Christmas lights and decorations. Though we didn't have snow down here, Dave stopped the car on the way to his parent's place so his boys could have a snowball fight! Tara and her Dad had loads of fun cutting down their own tree. At a tree farm, not someone's backyard. :)

Luke (me) got his parents into the 1990's with a brand new DVD player and watched a crazy amount of world junior hockey. Mike was very happy with his brand new MP3 player. Theo spent the holidays with two families - Christmas Eve with his wife's family, and Christmas Day with his. Ross had a blast, he tells me Santa (yes, he still believes, don't spoil it!) was very good to him.

We're curious about what everyone's been up to. Feel free to share your holiday moments in the following thread.


Tips and Tricks - News from the Forum

Article Manager - Add comments to your articles
Although Article Manager doesn't allow site visitors to comment on articles by default, this post provides details on how you can do this using a comments script. A big thanks goes out to Elderban for sharing this with us.

Realty Manager - Link your listings to virtual tours
Here's a solution that explains how to link your listing pages to your virtual tours.

Article Manager - Output your latest headlines on your home page
Looking to output your latest headlines on your homepage? Ross explains how to do this in the following post.

General - Does anyone know how seedless grapes reproduce?
This one's a little humorous, so I thought I would share it. If you have any insight, please feel free to join the conversation.


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