Social Media can keep you up-to-date and informed on all things Xerox. We are in the age where information travels worldwide at what seems like the speed of light. Social media has “blown up” in the last 16 years with the founding of LinkedIn on May 5, 2003, Facebook on February 4, 2004, the launching of YouTube in February 2005, the creation of Twitter on March 21, 2006, Instagram was launched on October 6, 2010, just to name a few. Blogging is the granddaddy coming into its own in the early 1990s. Xerox is being proactive in trying to connect to you, our customers, through many different forms of social media that you use and enjoy.
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We have the Xerox Customer Support Community which is a peer to peer forum. Forums date back to 1994 so I guess they are the great-grandfather of social media. The forum is where you, the customers, help each other with answers to questions about our products. The forum community is a helpful support resource available to you 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The community includes a search feature to help you find answers to your questions. You can also tailor subscriptions to posts that you want to follow. While you are at the forum maybe you will have an answer to share with another user. Register for the forum and join the conversation.
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I will leave you with this: the first tweet that can be verified was “just setting up my twttr” sent by one of the developers Jack Dorsey at 1:02 pm on March 21, 2006. Do you think in decades to come that tweet will become as well known as “Mr. Watson, come here, I want you.” the first words spoken on the telephone by the inventor Alexander Graham Bell on March 10, 1876, 130 years earlier?