Once you've been working on your site you may run into problems which require assistance or more information. The first place to turn is the information on the Resources page.
There is also a lot of information online. If you do not find what you need there, you have two primary resources to help investigate issues. The first of these is the Web Publishers Group listserv. After you subscribe you may send email to the Web Publishers listserv (email@example.com) to solicit responses from 230 of your UK colleagues. This list only includes Web Publishers who have opted to participate in discussions. You may also come to the monthly Web Publishers meetings and ask your questions there. If you are not comfortable asking the question yourself, you may send it to UK Public Relations and we will raise it on your behalf at the meeting or on the list.
The other option is to ask the question of UK Public Relations. Although this method may take a little longer than other options, you will get a response. UK Public Relations will endeavor to answer to your satisfaction any question in the following areas:
If at any point in the process you seem to be at a dead end or impasse, please contact UK Public Relations . If you feel you do not get an appropriate response from UK Public Relations, please let them know. If you still feel you are not getting an adequate response, you may direct your issue to the Web Advisory Committee by contacting Chairman Ben Rice.
This site was last updated on January 26, 2010 . Please direct questions and comments regarding this page to UK Public Relations.
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