Michael Friedberg Wrote:From an analytic perspective, I think it's correct that the forum is one of several marketing venues. As such I concur that it should be part of "experiences".
Alan Ross Wrote:Really? It's come to this. Assigning importance to where the Forum button is?Wow! It must be a conspiracy!! LOL
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shing Wrote:but our forum is also not unimportant. Unimportance would render it non-existent - contrary to the growth of social media, and contrary to the growth of manufacturer's forums, or manufacturer-endorsed forums.
You come from nothing, you go back to nothing. What have you lost? Nothing!
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regulateur Wrote:If IWC would see that evolution differently, we would see for example a Chinese IWC Forum that was hinted to some time ago, but was never realized.
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clepsydra Wrote in reply to:Alan Ross Wrote:Really? It's come to this. Assigning importance to where the Forum button is?Wow! It must be a conspiracy!! LOLHi Alan. Do you really believe that moving the forum access button from the "entrance hall" to the "basement" is meaningless? That it was done without a reason?It is definitely not the result of a conspiracy to be sure, but a cold corporate decision for reasons known only to those who made it.
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clepsydra Wrote:Alan, with all respect. Comparing font with forum accessibility is pure casuistry.
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