|Posted: Friday Sep 7th, 2012 at 5:06 pm #24569|
To start with, this is not Rebecca – I am Jack Lyness (email@example.com) and this begins to get to the issue I raise here.
This is Rebecca’s account. She helped develop the site http://www.MadHedgeFundTrader.com. I now administer that site, while Rebecca has other Web enterprises for which she also (or should I say, most importantly) uses this account. She has been graciously sharing this account with us during my transition.
It has come time for us at http://www.MadHedgeFundTrader.com to get our own paid S2Member account. But we have thousands of subscribers successfully using our blog, (at a very high price, I might add, warranting great respect) for whom I want this transition to be seamless – invisible, in fact. I believe the only thing that should change is how you regard us as a customer (you know, the type who’s “always right”?) The only difference might be that the new account would be for a single site. Nothing about the function of the site or our S2Member account functions should change.
Can someone instruct me on how to go through this process, and “hold my hand” or at least look over my shoulder as we do?
(I’m going to leave the notification button below checked so Rebecca should get a notification of this when you reply, and she can weigh in herself and give her blessing, and I suspect, eager agreement.)
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