How To Become a Contributor
People in the satellite communications industry who refer to VSAT on a daily basis, sometimes forget that to many individuals, customers and end-users, satellite communications systems are a relatively new, complex concept and not totally understood. Assumptions about the wider industry’s knowledge levels are frequently made and terminology referred to that they may be unfamiliar with.
Therefore, one of the best strategies for promoting VSAT is simply to educate – the more knowledge, understanding and trust of the technology customers have, the easier it is for them to decide on the type of system needed.
To address this, www.maritimeVSAT.com has been developed by Marlink to offer impartial information about VSAT, aimed at those who are new to the industry looking for basic, general information or for more established people wanting to increase their VSAT knowledge. While some of the information on www.maritimeVSAT.com may already be available across other websites, it is very fragmented and generally produced from a commercial perspective rather than being objective and impartial.
maritimeVSAT.com aims to rectify this, hopefully with your support.
maritimeVSAT.com will be:
- A collation of factual and topical VSAT information
- Written from a neutral standpoint for the benefit of the entire industry
- Independent and impartial
- A knowledge base for potential users, improving their understanding of VSAT technology
But it can only be a success with help from industry leaders
As such we are looking for article submissions and contributions and hope you will be able to help make this invaluable resource a success.
How to Contribute
Contributions can be in various forms such as text articles, videos, infographics or photos and on any topic relevant to VSAT provided the information is impartial.
If you would like your company to benefit from exposure on www.maritimeVSAT.com please contact us at email@example.com providing details on the topics / subject matter you could provide content on.
We look forward to collaborating with you on this new maritime VSAT knowledge resource.