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Hi

I had subscribed at $25/month for a couple of months but I didn't see any real benefit to doing this. I think, at the very least, there should be a confirmation/welcome or some kind of monthly newsletters for subscribers - even if it's just a list of what you can do as subscribers. The only actual confirmation I got was from PayPal. Of course, I was able access places I had not been able to access before but I only found out this by accident one day.

I guess I just didn't get anything out of it; my fault entirely in all likelihood.

Dave

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Hi Dave,

I am sorry it's not for you but really, I genuinely cannot see how I could make the Subscriber benefits more clear. Both on the signup page and the individual pages encouraging membership.

If I could be more clear then please let me know as I do not want to cause offense to anyone ...

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Hi Mark

I plan to subscribe again. 

Is there a separate "Members" drop down menu? I can't remember one. If not, that might be a good idea. It would be a constant reminder of membership benefits with separate headings clearly defining what is available to subscribers. 

I seem to remember membership headings were placed at the bottom of the page. 

Anyway, that is my suggestion. 

Dave

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