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National Colocation Services

By bmcmanus ·
Hello! I am a product manager at a large independent telephone company called Project Mutual Telephone. We have been in business since 1**6, and we are located in rural southern Idaho (Rupert, Burley, Twin Falls).

Business costs are really inexpensive in Idaho: electricity, property, buildings, etc. Beyond that, we have built a large fiber network connecting all of northern and southern Idaho, as well as connecting Idaho to our bordering states.

Since we have such a unique advantage we have created several relatively inexpensive datacenters when you are shopping against the costs of datacenter colocation with the rest of the nation.

We are ramping up a national datacenter colocation advertising campaign to introduce ourselves and bring companies that wish to reduce costs in to our datacenters.

What magazines do you seasons IT veterans read most? Where should we spend our advertising dollars to get the biggest bank for our buck?

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I read PC World

by CharlieSpencer In reply to National Colocation Servi ...

I used to read PC Magazine before they went to a digital-only, non-dead-tree format.

Did you consider buying ad space here?

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I think he already has.

by santeewelding In reply to I read PC World

And chose this way.

As well as el cheapo marketing research in the guise of, well, marketing research.

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by bmcmanus In reply to I think he already has.

If this were an advertisement message it would have had a website and contact information :) Sorry, but it truly is a sincere question.

Thank you,

Brian McManus

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I haven't

by bmcmanus In reply to I read PC World

I will call them and find out about their distribution. Now that they have switched their format you don't subscribe to or pick up any other magazines when your at the book store?

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