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eQuip! in 2019: New Year, New Blog

eQuip! in 2019: New Year, New Blog

From the title of this post, you may have already guessed that there will be some exciting changes to the eQuip! blog coming this year. To expand and improve the blog, we’ll be adding new post types, new topics, and will be posting more often. Keep reading for more on our new blog schedule and other fun news!

In 2019, our team will share a new blog post every Tuesday. Our blog is a collaborative effort, so posts may cover a variety of topics. One week we may discuss trends in asset management, the next may focus on the government contracting industry or tips for eQuip! users. This means there will be more for you to learn about!

Because our blog is the product of many creators, we think it’s time to give credit where credit is due. Our blog posts will soon have short blurbs about the author, giving you the opportunity to get to know our team better. Try not to have a favorite, we’re very competitive.

We will also start posting a special blog called Final Friday on the last Friday every month. In these posts, our Vice President Jackie Luo will give her perspective on industry issues, current events, and news about eQuip! She has more than 6 years of experience in asset management, and a true passion for the industries we serve. Be sure to keep an eye out for these posts.

Overall, this year we’re hoping to make the blog more useful and informative for our readers. We may try a variety of post types and topics, and may even post things like infographics and videos from time to time. We’d love your input as we experiment, so feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn and let us know what topics and formats you’d like to see!

With that, we’d like to wish you a very happy new year, from all of us at the eQuip! team. We look forward to a great 2019!

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