Straight up. I need your help.
So, I have some insane news I’ve been sitting on for several months now. At this year’s WordCamp Europe in Greece I met up with someone from the Google Chrome leadership (yes, the 3.2B users browser!). I’d actually already met him at our yearly Web Agency Summit a month earlier, and we got chatting about Atarim. He was seriously impressed (his exact words – “It’s like magic!”).
Since then we’ve been exploring something really exciting with the folks on the Chrome team at Google (crazy, right?? )
First off, it’s important to say that this is very much at the idea stage, and I’m trying to gather some feedback and ideas from you all. There are no immediate plans or commitments that this will eventually happen, but I’d love to explore this with you.
So how come I need your help?
I’ve created a very short 1-minute, 4-question survey and I need as many of you as possible to fill it in for me. I promise, it won’t take more than a minute, but the payoff could be HUGE!
Oh, and I’ve created this form using our new Forms feature we introduced as part of Atarim recently, so while doing the survey you can check out just how clean and smart our forms are!
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We post updates and information there ourselves, and our 2,889 active members are always happy to offer advice, share their own experiences, and support each other.
And don’t forget … please take one minute of your time to answer our 4 quick questions about our possible plans for teaming Atarim up with Google Chrome – I’ll be ridiculously grateful!
Thank you in advance to all of you who do take part.
Finally, as usual, if you have absolutely any questions or need help, please feel free to get in touch – we’re here to help.
Have a great weekend!