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If you haven’t visited the Campaign Monitor forums for a while, now would be a great time to drop back in. There’s been 10,000 or so posts made on a variety of topics, from the serious developer discussion in the API forum through to questions about what to charge your clients.

You will see plenty of posts from the Campaign Monitor support team, and also our developers, but you will also be able to get help and ideas from some super smart Campaign Monitor customers. We’re always reading forum posts as a great way to see how you guys are using and rebranding Campaign Monitor out in the world, so the more you contribute the better idea we’ll have of what is important to you.

A recent example is the discussion on the WYSIWYG editor. While we’ll always have our own goals and direction for Campaign Monitor, the discussions we have with customers really do help, and having them in an open forum can stimulate some fantastic information. You may even learn something you did not know!

Joining the forum is super quick if you don’t already have an account – just jump into the registration page and get started. We’ll see you on the forums!

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