Does your company
make products that RF Cafe visitors use, like RF and microwave filters, amplifiers, couplers, mixers, etc., simulation software,
test equipment, or provide design services, educational material, etc? If so and you are in the habit of publishing Press
Releases (aka Product Update, Product Announcement, etc.), you are welcome to send them to
me for consideration for posting on RF Cafe. With typically 6,000 to 9,000 website visitors each weekday, the exposure can
be pretty good. A quick scan of the current RF Cafe homepage will likely turn up a couple examples of the abbreviated versions
that go on the homepage and link to the main page.
I will create a separate page for your material and also post a notice on the homepage. Please do not send a one-sentence
statement and expect me to create the Press Release for you - eeez not my yob ;-) The more eye-catching your material, the
better chance you have of attracting potential customers.
My opinion of an ideal product announcement is one which has a nice photo of your item, a verbose description of its
main features and applications, and if applicable, a plot of electrical performance. Very important is a hyperlink that
goes directly to the page on your website where the visitor can get more information. Please also provide contact information
that includes name, phone number, and e-mail of someone there that can field questions and/or take orders.
Press releases are typically less flashy and contain financial reports, new or updated contracts, production shipments,
employee hiring or promotion, company awards, plans for attendance at trade shows, company acquisitions, etc. A relevant
photo or artwork is a big asset with any of these formats as well.
Job openings are also welcome. I have a separate engineering jobs section
for tracking available positions. Please note that I only post job openings for direct hire companies - no independent recruiter
or hiring agency requests, please.
Material will be posted - or not - entirely at my discretion, depending on whether I believe it will be useful to RF
Posted June 26, 2016