Re: Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get

Subject: Re: Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get
From: Mark Giffin <mgiffin -at- earthlink -dot- net>
To: Tony Chung <tonyc -at- tonychung -dot- ca>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 14:24:28 -0700

I always look at URLs before I click on them, and this one, which purported to be Adobe, yet had a URL that could easily have been a faked-up one:

http://adobetechcommsurvey.campaignsandevents.com/

Where it mentions Adobe but the main domain is not adobe.com. I would never click on this link. It's like phishing emails I get that claim to be from my bank but the URL is something like this:

http://bankofamerica.blago.ru

Beware! Danger!

Mark

On 5/24/13 2:02 PM, Tony Chung wrote:

All Whois says is that Grey Digital provides registration services. Whether
they are fully or partially involved is not the issue. Adobe could still
get them to set up the server properly. If the subdomains all reference
files on a server, then the main domain (and its related www) should also
as well.

-Tony


On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 1:51 PM, Jan Cohen <najnehoc -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:

Might not be a bad idea, but Adobe doesn't appear to own
campaignsandevents.com. The folks at grey.com are using it as a platform
from which to launch various campaigns, via subdomains, perhaps for a
number
of Fortune 500 companies.

What I find interesting about the entire situation is how a company like
GreyGlobal ended up managing a group like those associated with
"campaignsandevents.com." Those questions are probably best left for
another
forum though. We already more or less know where the TC Suite development
folks are, and why development of those tools was moved there.

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From the "Things to watch out for" department, I believe Adobe should post
a
landing page at campaignsandevents.com to provide background and add
credibility to the domain. Right now the domain cannot be found.

As a value-added service, the main site could provide links to current
survey campaigns and event appearances, as well as an archive of the survey
results. Too often I take these surveys and I don't see what results it
turned up. It would be nice for Adobe to provide a public version of their
report for use as an engagement tool.


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References:
Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get: From: TechWhirl Admin
Re: Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get: From: David Crosswell
Re: Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get: From: TechWhirl Admin
Re: Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get: From: Tony Chung
RE: Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get: From: Jan Cohen
Re: Make Your Voice Heard: Take the Adobe Tech Comm Survey: What You SAY is What You Get: From: Tony Chung

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