Our Client Needs Analysis and subsequent marketing recommendations are based on one of the leading marketing books of all time: “Positioning, the Battle for Your Mind” by Jack Trout and Al Ries.
It is the first book to deal with the problems of communicating to a skeptical, media-blitzed public.
To connect to these channels, you will need an IRC client.
IRC is not part of the HTTP protocol, so by default your web browser can't connect to IRC on its own.
Then we look to identify ways to measure the campaign’s effectiveness through a Return on Investment analysis.
In that way, you will know whether your money has been well spent.
You can choose to download and install the listed clients below, or you can use the "webchat" IRC clients that run in your web browser listed under the appropriate section below.
Due to excessive trolling and spam on our freenode channel, you must both have a Nick Serv account on freenode (See here for instructions on how to create one) and be granted voice (mode v) on the channel by a channel operator in order to speak.
The freenode channel has a webpage, referred to as a "stats page", which lists the most active users over a given period of time, actions taken, and topic changes, among other things. If you need help with connecting to or using the channel, first see our Getting started page, and then ask on IRC if your question isn't answered there.
See how much fun we have in the channel by taking a look at the IRC quotes. In short, use your common sense and treat others how you wish to be treated; this will help keep drama and conflict to a minimum, and maintain a comfortable atmosphere between users.
If you happen to witness something you shouldn't, be sure to tell an operator via a private message.
To help protect the channel against abuse and still permit non-malicious users from being locked out, trusted regulars of the channels may be voiced ( ).
Voice carries no special privileges or permissions other than the ability to speak on the channel when it has mode m (moderated) set.