Posts Tagged ‘investor relations’

In this linked video, F3 Technologies, Inc.’s officers give a range of updates on F3 the company, on its individual software platforms — including expanded revenue models — and even on a new product that we aim to roll out in the next few months, Website Tournament. We look forward to posting more videos like these occasionally. Please feel free to share them via e-mail, social media such as Twitter and Facebook, and especially via your own channel on FargoTube.

Videocast on Friday

Posted: May 2, 2011 by chrisbagley in F3 Technologies, Uncategorized

F3 Technologies expects to put out a videocast on Friday in order to give you an overview of recent progress on multiple fronts, and to update you on our strategies for our software platforms. We expect to post the video here.

Thank you all for your continued interest in F3 Technologies. We always welcome your questions and concerns at,, and

In an interview with Tony Golden of the Shareholder Development Group today, Chief Operating Officer Paul Campbell gave an overview of the Interactive Defense System, its business plan,  its market opportunities and its revenue streams.

He went into more detail on IDS’s sales strategies, including geographical synergies, how we focus on regional clusters of police departments and our plans to expand our sales staff.

Paul discussed F3’s Interaction Community Systems HOA-management platform with Tony earlier this month. Paul and Senior VP of Business Development Stephanie Miller have each talked with Tony about F3’s FargoTube entertainment platform.

We’re thrilled at the revenue growth of nearly 50 percent in the fourth quarter (QoQ basis) that resulted from new Interaction clients and new FargoTube users.

As we mentioned in a press release this morning, this is in line with the forecast we gave on a conference call in December and it reflects the value that customers see Interaction and FargoTube.

Now with nearly 700 subscribers, FargoTube has expanded even more swiftly since the end of the fourth quarter, thanks partly to our partnerships with other companies whose business models are transforming music and entertainment industries. That growth will be reflected in future revenue and earnings reports as we integrate more completely with these partners.

Chief Operating Officer Paul Campbell talked with CEO Tony Golden of the Shareholder Development Group earlier today. Here’s a link to the interview.

Paul discussed the web of partnerships that we have created as an ecosystem of profitability for FargoTube clients. Through these partner companies, FargoTube offers a range of tools that help artists to monetize their works, including live performances, video and music recordings, and high-definition still images. As Paul described in the interview, we use the word “ecosystem” to mean “a collection of complementary products and services that, when they come together, enhance each other … a way for the artists to create sustainable careers.”

F3 Technologies Senior Vice President of Business Development Stephanie Miller just finished up her interview with the Shareholder Development Group. It’s posted at OTCvoice.

Stephanie discussed FargoTube‘s strengths and why musicians and other artists are using it in growing numbers.

We’d like to apologize to any of you who have been waiting for our interviews with Shareholder Development Group to be posted. Unfortunately, SDG’s systems were shut down by an electrical storm earlier in the week, and SDG has had technical problems in getting things running again. The first two of the three interviews we mentioned in our press release have been delayed; we hope to hold the first of the three in the next few days, and we’ll certainly post a link to it once it’s complete. Thank you very much for your patience.

UPDATE (MARCH 31, 4:30 p.m.): Stephanie’s on the phone with SDG right now. We hope to have the interview — or a link to it — posted by early tomorrow.

Company Update

Posted: January 24, 2011 by f3technologies in F3 Technologies, Uncategorized
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In response to questions that we have received from shareholders over the last few days, F3 remains focused on executing against our business plan and strategies for 2011.

We are extremely excited about how our innovative products and partnerships help independent artists in creating sustainable careers and cities in improving communication with their residents to combat crime.

Our partnerships with Consolidated Independent, Music2Q and Ditto Music are all important relationships to help us expand awareness of FargoTube, build a significant catalogue of content and provide important connections for artists. In addition, our participation in the 2011 SXSW Conference in Austin, Texas, will be a key milestone for the company and we look forward to demonstrating FargoTube to a large film and music audience.

We thank you for your support of F3!

Frank Connor

Investor relations firm

Posted: January 21, 2011 by chrisbagley in F3 Technologies, Uncategorized

A couple of you have asked about the state of F3’s investor-relations representation. Our contract with Houston-based SmallCap Support Services is drawing to a close and we’re in the process of engaging the Shareholder Development Group, which is located here in the Atlanta area. We will give you more details as they become available.

In the meantime, you may have noticed that SDG has hit the ground running with this audio interview of F3 chief executive Frank V. Connor.

In a recent telephone interview, F3 Technologies founder and chief executive Frank Connor recently gave Tony Goldman an overview of FargoTube, the Interactive Defense System, Interaction Community Systems and the company the company as a whole. Tony Goldman is chief executive of the Shareholder Development Group, the investor relations firm that F3 recently engaged.

I highly recommend this interview, particularly for those of you who, like I, have gotten focused on the details of our individual platforms. Tony is only now discovering our platforms, so he focused on hitting the high points with Frank.

One highlight for me was hearing Frank’s pithy description of FargoTube, because it can be difficult to give explain such a unique platform within the nascent online-music industry.

“We like to describe FargoTube as having the functionality of YouTube with the monetization of iTunes (and) with the customizability of MySpace all the while supporting the monetization of both music and video.”

Click here to listen to interview, which is streaming on FargoTube.