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Building and Growing our Products Through our Team Seesmic Community

With over a half a dozen Seesmic Products (Seesmic Desktop, Seesmic Web, Seesmic for Windows, Seesmic for Android, Seesmic for BlackBerry, Ping.fm, Seesmic Look), one of the key components in helping us shape our applications is our community of users.

At Seesmic, we've always been fortunate to have a community of supporters who not only use our products, but provide honest and helpful feedback. While we use various and known channels to connect with our users such as our feedback forum, our help site, Twitter, Facebook, we find great value in our Team Seesmic community.

 

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What is Team Seesmic? Currently, there are two channels of Team Seesmic. One is our periodic newsletter, where we give exclusive updates on the releases of our various products with some surprises sprinkled along the way. The second is our Team Seesmic site where we have dedicated users that provide valuable insight in helping us improve our products. Within Team Seesmic are also private forums for testing some of our newest beta releases such as our Seesmic BlackBerry testers. We've also have had certain case-testing sessions to help us track down and diagnose and problem-solve some of our issues to help our developers troubleshoot issues. Just as important, Team Seesmic also gives and opportunity for some of our developers to be engaged withour users.

How do you join Team Seesmic? For our newsletter, you simply need to sign up on our website at http://seesmic.com/ – this allows you to get our latest updates. To join our Team Seesmic community site, you'll need to fill out a very brief form. You can view and browse throughout the site, but in order to engage or join a forum, you'll simply need to sign up.

Looking ahead, we'll look forward to listening and learning from you, and at the same time, we're excited and looking forward to some of the announcements and surprises we'll share with you.

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