January 27, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 4
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The Latest...

IBS Starts Year on Positive Note

Las Vegas—The International Builders’ Show, which concluded here last week, set the stage for a better year in 2010. As noted last week, a more upbeat mood prevailed....read more

New Products Introduced in Las Vegas

Window & Door's IBS Product Showcase features more than 50 new products showcased by window and door manufacturers and industry suppliers.

Atrium Begins Restructuring Process

Atrium Cos. Inc., has reached agreement with lenders on a restructuring plan to reduce the window and door manufacturer’s outstanding debt by more than $350 million...read more

Andersen Works with Minnesota Builders on Weatherization
"Project ReEnergize," a weatherization program organized by the Builders Association of Minnesota and supported by Andersen Corp., was highlighted as a model...read more

Inst-I-Glass Speeds IG Replacement with Mobile Manufacturing Process

A Louisville, Ky.-based company is changing the way some window manufacturer warranty claims are handled. Inst-I-Glass operates a fleet...read more

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The Outside View...

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The Talk...

Do You Tweet?
I do and my company does too.
I do but my company doesn't.
I don't but my company does.
I don't and my company doesn't either.

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John Swanson, editor/associate publisher of Window & Door

Along with the many products on display last week in Las Vegas, I couldn't help but notice the number of signs in various displays exhorting attendees to "follow us on Twitter." One manufacturer noted to me they were celebrating their first anniversary of "tweets." There was no shortage of Facebook mentions too. 

It's clear social media is being used by more and more companies. The window and door industry may not be on the cutting edge (and I will certainly admit to not being there myself) when it comes to this kind of thing, but I suspect we're not that far behind the mainstream, if at all.  

I thought I would use this week's poll to get a better picture. And, of course, I'd like to hear more about what folks are doing out there. Do you tweet for business or pleasure? If your company is using Twitter, who are you tweeting and why? Email me and tell me all about it, and I'll even let you use more than 140 characters.


The Talk..., Page 2

"What Kind of Growth Do You See Ahead?"

We may not return to boom times, but most people expect to be up ...read more

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