On the other hand, if he wants to market his goods
and services to WISPA members he really needs to support the asso. to gain the
right to do that.
He needs to be a vendor member or at the very least
buy and ad.
At the very very least he needs to offer general
help to wispa membership so that we can turn an occasional blind eye to any
marketing work done.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2005 12:04
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Martin Stewart
Sounds apologetic. Is he back on? If it's his first
contact with WISPs I'd hate for him to think we're a bunch of
Rick Harnish wrote:
The following is a copy of a
reply that Martin tried to send to the list this morning after I removed
an e-mail off-list to seven WISPA members. My intention was to find
the person at each of these companies who is responsible for business
development partnerships. We are not selling a service. We have
a solution that gives the ISP part of the money that advertiser pay to web
publishers for placing more relevant ads for the ISPs end users.
have partnerships with national wholesale Internet providers and regional
ISPs. The seven WISPs that I contacted through WISPA were the first
Wireless based ISPs that I have spoken with to date.
I apologize for
causing such a commotion with your list. We offer a way for an ISP to
increase the revenue earned per end user and I thought that this would be
welcomed news to your members if they chose to respond to my
I will discontinue using e-mail to contact your
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