The Typoze.com founders will be in attendance at the annual American Copy Editors Society (ACES) conference in Phoenix. On Saturday, March 19, the team will present on the process of crowdsourcing errors and share their experiences with the design, development and promotion of a website aimed at readers who enjoy spotting typos in print. Efforts to establish the website as a portal for book errata and ultimately a resource for publishers and authors will also be discussed.
Click here to see the conference program http://www.copydesk.org/conference/program/
No! Of course we’re not ripping off Geico’s marketing campaign. You have to hand it to these guys though. They brought us the cavemen (anyone watch the short lived sitcom based on them? me neither) and the catchy remake of Rockwell’s Somebody’s Watchin’ Me.
As we embark on our own marketing campaign, it’s interesting to see all the different angles you can throw at people. My personal favorite: “Do typos follow you everywhere? It’s time for some pay back – follow Typoze on Twitter!” For those that are still reading, check back on this post. I’ll be sure to post more cheesy (genius..ahem) marketing schemes on the comments section as they pop in my head!
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Tweet Can you spot the error? Please submit any errors to: email@example.com
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