Fast Media Magazine is now about 3 months old and has quickly become a daily destination for the creators, distributors and users of Stock Media.
I have been happily surprised by the speed of the readership growth and thank you all for your time, interest and feedback (please keep it coming). 2010 Will be important for the magazine, we have a full year ahead of us and many plans. Here are some, but certainly not all, of the things ahead:
- Grow our readership with daily news, new authors and original content,
- Create regular online magazines and resources with the best content from the site and useful, relevant information,
- Extend our deals and discount program and reach out to users of Stock Media (advertising publishing),
- Build a great Directory where you can find all the companies you will ever need (don’t forget to register for FREE),
- Create an active forum that you can go to with all your questions and where you can network and do business,
- Offer Fast Media Magazine products and services that will make your life easier.
I’m very optimistic about next year. It will be a new start for many with a growing hope on recovery and success. The Stock Media industry has changed significanly over the past years only to be further affected by the Global recession. These changes will not stop and that is why we will keep on writing about the latest developments, innovations, challenges and thinking that will help others find their way in a rapidlychanging industry.
Over Christmas and New Year I will continue to update the site but today is a bit different; I will leave you with Seth Godin’s ebook that you can find in the other post today. It’s a great inspirational collection of ideas from over 70 of the worlds’ greatest modern thinkers. This is a great time to take some time, read though the ideas and create your own for the New Year and beyond.
In the meantime I wish you a great Christmas and a Happy New Year. If you’re not around over the holidays I do hope to welcome you back in 2010.
Marco Oonk, editor
Picture: Stock Exchange | Christmas lights | Keving Lockheed