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Ulitzer Is Looking for Pre-Beta Users From High Tech PR Firms

Ulitzer's simple yet powerful dashboard enables the widest syndication throughout the most powerful content sites on the web

Ulitzer is looking for pre-beta users from among hi-tech pr / communications firms. Pre-beta users will play an important role as Ulitzer gets ready to open for general beta.

Typical pre-beta Ulitzer user is an account manager at a public relations firm with multiple clients. Ulitzer's very simple yet powerful pre-beta user tasks include:

a) Creating your author page - with your photo and bio
http://nazekim.ulitzer.com, http://joeaustin.ulitzer.com

b) Creating your company's topic page - it takes a few minutes
http://gutenbergpr.ulitzer.com, http://ventanapr.ulitzer.com

c) Creating your client's company topic page - can be done in miutes
http://openbluedragon.ulitzer.com, http://icefaces.ulitzer.com

d) Creating additional authors from your firm

e) Posting news stories, by lined articles, or other editorial content to multiple Ulitzer sites for syndication

Recent news coverage on Ulitzer can be found here.

Additional information on Ulitzer can be found here.

If you and your colleagues at your high tech public relations firm are interested in participating in this pre-beta program and would like to be one of the very first Ulitzer users in the world, please contact us at editorial(at)sys-con.com.

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