TechDecisions Media is Growing Fast
Cindy Davis, Editor-in-Chief, TechDecisions Media
Cindy Davis, Editor-in-Chief, TechDecisions Media
It is the powerful combination of audience engagement and insider industry expertise that has already set TechDecisions apart.
By Cindy Davis

Since its launch in January 2012, over 35,000 A/V and IT decision makers have accessed the six editorial sites that comprise TechDecisions Media within the corporate, hospitality, higher education, K-12, worship, and healthcare vertical markets. 

TechDecisions editors are engaging daily with CTO’s, MIS and IT directors, district-level technology directors and executive pastors to understand their needs and share their trials, tribulations and success stories. It is through gathering insight about real-world technology challenges and solutions from peers that help create even better solutions for the next individual.

Every day the TechDecisions editors are engaging with industry experts such as AV/IT integrators, design/build consultants, technology product managers and leading manufacturers to deliver the most up-to-date trends, product information and solutions to help the readers make purchasing and planning decisions to maximize their budget dollars. 

The TechDecisions audiences are engaging with each other and sharing the content they find valuable on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Twitter and Facebook are fast becoming top referrers to our sites.

A good example of this comes from one of our audience members, C. DeLucchi, who posted a comment on the TD site, “Great article. Good combination of the soft and hard benefits as well as the explanation of the technology, requirements and services marketed.”

It is the powerful combination of audience engagement and insider industry expertise that has already set TechDecisions apart. Through trusted, expert content TechDecisions delivers on its mission to help AV/IT technology decision makers to do their job better.

In only three months, TechDecisions Media has become one of the top destinations for the AV/IT decision maker.

TechDecisions editors, Lisa Nadile, Aaron Stern and myself will continue the robust dialogue that we’ve already begun with our audience and key industry experts daily to provide the most important information and to continue to deliver on our mission.

We want to make sure you are part of these sites that we have created for you. Whether you are on facility side looking for information or on the solutions providing side of the AV/IT technology equation — drop us a line or give us a call. We would love to share your story to help everyone do their jobs better.

Based on our first three months we expect our fast growth to be even faster!

We look forward to serving you and this industry.

Cindy Davis,

TechDecisions Media

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About the author

Cindy Davis has had a passion for A/V and technology since taking apart her first transistor radio. She found it fun to write macros in DOS while at Lotus, but really loves her countless Apple products. Between 2000 and 2008 Davis was the editor-in-chief of Electronic House magazine. In 2011 she helped bring life to TechDecisions Media as editor-in-chief, and is continuing to contribute to TechDecisions as editor-at-large.

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