Here at Techboomers, we're committed to creating and maintaining the largest online library of thorough and up-to-date tutorials on how to use the most popular websites and Internet-based services. However, we're also committed to always having our content accessible to everyone without requiring them to pay us any money!
It's a pretty tall task, so we could use all the support that we can get! Here are a few ways that you can help us out.
Techboomers has pages on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and YouTube, so it would be great if you could follow along and help us make our content work for you every step of the way! Wherever you see the message "Follow Us" on our website, click one of the buttons beside it to go to our pages on, respectively:
(NOTE: For Twitter and YouTube, you will automatically be given the option to "Follow" us. For Facebook or Google Plus, however, you must manually click Follow.)
While you're there, consider leaving us some feedback or praise. Watch our video tutorials on YouTube and tell us what you like, and how they could be improved. Leave a comment on one of our status updates on Facebook telling us what you'd like to see from us next, or just post a status update of your own telling all your friends how helpful we are! It would also be great if you could mention us in a tweet on Twitter; the more people who know about us, the more people we can help!
Like one of our courses or tutorials? Know a friend or two that would really benefit from it? On each course or tutorial page on our website, there are buttons beside a message that says "Share this with your Friends and Family" or the like. Click on one of these buttons to share the tutorial or course by, respectively:
Posting a status update on Facebook
Sending out a tweet on Twitter
Posting a message on your Google Plus page
Sending an email to someone you know
The more you share our courses and tutorials, the more people will know about us, and the more we'll be able to help them. Not only will we be able to teach more older adults like you how to use the Internet, but we'll also get more feedback on how to make our services better, and which features we should roll out next. That makes Techboomers more useful for everyone, including you!
We'd like to hear from you if:
You're having trouble using our website, or find something on it that doesn't work correctly
One of our tutorials is out-of-date or is overly confusing to you
You know of a website that you think would be useful to our user base, and think we should create a course for it
You have a general question about anything that we do at Techboomers not covered by these tutorials
You'd just like to send us a few words of praise!
Whatever the reason, you can send us an email at email@example.com.
You can also send us a message by going to our website at www.techboomers.com, clicking on Contact Us at the bottom of the page, filling out the form on the right-hand side with your name (just your first name is fine), email address, and whatever you want to say, and then clicking Send Message.
Either way, we'll follow up with you as soon as we can!
If you have connections to the older adult community, whether they're through a useful service you provide or a large social media following that you hold, Techboomers would be glad to team up with you! In addition to opportunities for renting advertising space on our website, we also offer cross-promotion: we write tutorials on how to use your product or service, and you promote us on your website or social media channels by sending your users our way when they need help. Win-win!
If any of this sounds enticing to you, just scroll to the bottom of our website and click either Library Partnerships (if you're a library or other technology training organization) or More Partnerships (if you'd like to feature or advertise your service on our website).
Each page will give you a bit of background information on the partnerships and services that we offer. Just fill out the contact form, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll get back to you as soon as we can in order to work something out!
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