The sqlhelp hash tag and sponsored tweets.

Published On: 2011-09-07By:

Please don’t.  It isn’t that we hate marketing, but the sqlhelp hash tag is for Q&A only.  All the other hash tags are totally fair game, but please, pretty please don’t market in the sqlhelp hash tag on Twitter.

The sponsors, venders, etc. so far have all been really awesome about not marketing to that specific hash tag and we as the SQL Server community would REALLY like to keep it that way.

Hugs and kisses,

Your customers, friends and drinking buddies.

P.S. There was a slight transgression which is being fixed (and shall be totally forgiven) as I type this, so think of this more as an open letter and friendly reminder.

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2 responses to “The sqlhelp hash tag and sponsored tweets.”

  1. MSBI says:

    Thank you for posting this. We appreciate the feedback and have taken steps to correct the issue. We look forward to continue supporting the SQL Server community!

  2. Mrdenny says:

    No problem. Thanks for the quick response to the community outcry.

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