BellSouth Personal Web Pages User of the Month Highlight: Montem

Welcome to the first BellSouth Personal Web Pages User of the Month Highlight! In these posts, we are going to be awarding semi-random awards to users of the BellSouth Personal Web Pages service. To participate, you do not need to pay or have a premium account, and having a premium account or history of donations will not increase your chances of becoming a highlighted user of the month. Without further adieu, we are proud to announce that Montem is the June 2018 highlighted BellSouth Personal Web Pages user.

Short Post-Award Statement from Montem

“Montem has been using BellSouth Personal Web Pages to host company files and internal web pages. At Montem we believe it is important to allow your employees flexibility, and as such, we implemented BellSouth Personal Web Pages into our intranet. This allowed employees to create their own webpages with their contact information, photos, interests, hobbies, and more. It created a more connected workplace and sparked more workplace discussion. An employee survey after implementing the BellSouth Personal Web Pages system white label on our intranet showed that our employee satisfaction had increased 23% compared to the percentage recorded before the implementation.” said Kevin, representative from Montem.

Statement from BellSouth Personal Web Pages Staff

BellSouth Personal Web Pages, while proud to award Montem as winner of the June 2018 monthly highlight, does not endorse any products or services offered by Montem currently, in the past, and in the future. This highlight does not act as an endorsement, promotion, or advertisement on behalf of any

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BellSouth Personal Web Pages

BellSouth Personal Web Pages (PWP) were introduced in 2002 to give BellSouth customers a way to express themselves on the internet. During the period of introduction, the internet was growing at a rapid rate and adoption was reaching new highs every year. Pete, an engineer at BellSouth, presented the idea of setting up a a File Transfer Protocol on a separate subdomain where each customer had the ability to create a personal web page, and the idea was born.

After a merger with AT&T in 2006, BellSouth pages continued for two years before the site redirected to the My AT&T website. This website serves as a new, resurrected version of the BellSouth Personal Web Pages program. We have employed the same writers who provided popular content on the platform to add their thoughts on this blog. They will, per the PWP guidelines, be providing content in a respectful, free, and non-violent environment. Free speech is something we at BellSouth and now AT&T are fond of and as such, comments are allowed, but moderated before approval.

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