Picture This: Your Best CPI Photos Featured on Our Facebook Page and More
March 22, 2012
Of the 140 billion digital pictures on Facebook, it’s hard to imagine that shots of cabinets or cable managers outnumber family vacations or cute kittens, but we can help narrow the gap!
Starting today, Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI) is inviting our Facebook friends (and yes, even those of you who haven’t become friends yet – what are you waiting for?!) to submit your best images of CPI products out in the field.
Because you work hard to select our products, install them and populate each and every RMU, this is your chance to get some well-deserved recognition.
Whether a two-post rack, tightly-bundled overhead cable tray or thermal management-capable F-Series TeraFrame® Cabinet, CPI products don’t just add long-term value in terms of structural support, they look good while doing it!
- Start by liking Chatsworth Products, Inc. on Facebook
- Make yourself familiar with a few ground rules for photo sharing (remember you need permission!)
- Upload your photo from the main CPI Facebook page (the "Wall") by using the photo share option, then selecting your saved image file from the appropriate folder or desktop on your computer or mobile device. Here's an idea of what to look for:
Followed By: And Finally:If you're not familiar with the Facebook photo upload process or need additional assistance, feel free to email me directly for help.
While CPI does retain the right to reject or accept all photo submissions, we can’t wait to see what you have in store for us and share it with the world. Take for instance the image you see below, sent to us by one crafty CPI Facebook friend and featuring a nice mix of CPI cabinets and overhead cable runway (notice all those familiar blue-sticker logos).
The better your shot, the better your chance that CPI will then feature the best of the best in an upcoming edition of CPI’s eNewsletter, The Source, which reaches an audience of thousands across the world, and as of this month, is now translated into four different languages.
Of course, the rest is up to you – grab that camera, get permission and get snapping!