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What about Web Designers? - 09/30/2006
What about professional web designers? I have a first class web designer that likes one of my rings and she has 48 sites in it! (The sites are all in the one ring only and have no memberships in any other rings.) These are all under her ID, but each site is for another person of which she designs and hosts their pages. Is she going to be expected to pay the Premium Level 2 Membership to remain in the ring? I don't think she will do it and I don't blame her. I guess she will have to get 48 different membership IDs, one for each site, so each will only belong to one ring and will not have to pay for membership. What a lot of work! I'm not sure she will do that either. Her sites bring a lot of traffic to my ring and I hate to lose her, but probably will.




Replied - 09/30/2006
"I guess she will have to get 48 different membership IDs, one for each site, so each will only belong to one ring and will not have to pay for membership. What a lot of work!" ... especially if Webring then turns around and says that they regard alll of those individual memberships as being a single collective membership and bill her accordingly, which they probably would, putting that huge amount of work to waste. Then there would be the special joy of getting 48 copies of all notices sent out and 48 time the Webring generated spam. ("Oh, no, no, we don't give out your e-mail addresses" - right, the sudden jump in spam level after I joined was a total coincidence).

If I were her, I wouldn't bother. Picture a webring admin standing on the edge of a cliff, holding a hoop and yelling "jump". Are you going to go for it?:)




Replied - 09/30/2006
LOL! No, I personally do not think I will jump and if I don't jump, then there will be no more ring for her 48 memberships anyway.



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