Blip.fm has grown a lot since we launched in 2008, and one of the challenges of having a small team and many loyal users is how to stay responsive to your questions and support issues. As part of improving our outreach, we are introducing a role called the “Blip.fm Ambassador”. We’ve asked two active early adopters (from among many!) to help us keep the information flowing. We have an idea of what the role will be, but it will certainly evolve over time. Blip.fm Ambassadors are NOT technical support, but they do know how to do pretty much everything on the site. Think of them more as community managers.
So who are the new Blip.fm Ambassadors? We’ve asked @briangreene and @evablue to be our first. They’ve been active users from the beginning and we think they know Blip.fm pretty well to be able to help out. Remember, it’s a voluntary position and they’re not 24/7 support, but we’re confident that we’re covering quite a few time zones for open communications.
@briangreene, joined in August 2008, is a radio g33k from Dublin, Ireland. He loves all things music and social radio. Brian blogs at http://posterous.briangreene.com
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@evablue, joined in September 2008, is a concert photographer, music listening junkie with g33k tendencies based out of Montreal, Canada. Check out her site at http://www.evablue.net
[blip.fm / twitter / facebook / flickr]
Specifically for Blip.fm issues, or if you are interested in participating in the Blip.fm Ambassador program, you should contact @briangreene or @evablue via Blip.fm.
Our thanks to @briangreene or @evablue for their willingness to help the whole Blip.fm community!
Founder and CEO, Blip.fm