Digital Provisioners Announces Track Internet Marketing-Related Events for Free

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The WebMarketer's Calendar web site is now live. A full-featured web calendaring application focused on the internet marketing community, the Web Marketer's Calendar provides many tools to help users track what's happening in web marketing.

Ross Lambert, president of Digital Provisioners, LLC, announced today that the new web site has gone live. The Web Marketer’s Calendar is a free calendering tool for internet marketers.

As the name implies, the site is a full-featured calendaring application dedicated to tracking internet marketing-related events. Registration is free, and registered users can get daily or weekly event calendars and reminders automatically e-mailed to them, export and import iCalendar and Outlook events, link to the site’s RSS feed, and most importantly, post their own events on the calendar.

“There are several key advantages to having a central storehouse of marketing-related events,” said Ross Lambert. “Product marketers and publishers gain a strategic advantage by knowing who is doing what when. Nobody wants the train-wreck of rolling out a product on the exact same day as some major market-mover. And even small, one-person operations gain the advantage of the same amount of free publicity on the calendar as the big kahunas.”

The Web Marketer's calendar encourages affiliates to post product release and seminar events using their affiliate URL--on a first come, first served basis.. Posts are moderated and have to meet certain requirements, but Lambert said they expect savvy affiliates to provide most of their event notices.

Consumers of internet marketing-related products such as seminars and teleseminars also benefit by being able to survey the schedule of such offerings in advance and make better plans.

Lambert also suggested that the, "nearly frictionless exchange of information will also tend to make prices more competitive, yet another benefit to consumers.”

The Web Marketer’s Calendar is online at:


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