Member Area Getting Facelift

Attn: Registered EzineArticles Authors: We’re giving the members only area a facelift this week…

Changes you should begin noticing this week:

– Irrelevant garbage has been removed…meaning, your home page when you log in will be clean

– A new status box for BASIC level members designed to show you where you sit with us, what you need to do to go to the next level, and what didn’t get done yet (such as uploading your author photo, extended bio, or default resource box databases, etc)

– Platinum members, we’re working on giving you the ability to receive personal comments from the editorial team. The idea here is that we want to praise positive things while giving constructive feedback to help our most valued members achieve even more with us.

Anything else we should work on?

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Alan writes:

Please create a subcategory of Marketing called Marketing:Direct Mail

Comment provided October 26, 2005 at 12:01 PM

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John writes:

Hello Christopher & Company

I’m very impressed with the professionalism exhibited by your website, program and support.

The teleseminar last evening with “The Article Guy” was phenomenal! Oh great, now I have no more excuses … I simply must write articles. ;-)

OK, features I’d like to see:

1) New sub-category under main category Internet-and-Business-Online called “Keyword Research”

2) New sub-category under main category Internet-and-Business-Online called “Ad Tracking”

3) New sub-category under main category Internet-and-Business-Online called “A/B Split Testing”

2 & 3 could be combined in a pinch but come on guys, internet real estate is pretty cheap to expand, right?

Seriously, if you would be so kind as to include these 3 categories, I will promise to put 10 articles in each sub-category by year’s end (so do it quick, OK? I’ve now committed to a deadline only + – 60 days away! ;-)

Thank you

John Mann “The KeWord Mann”
MannMade Software, LLC
PO Box 29654
Cleveland, Ohio 44129
USA
Phone: 216-402-8147
Website: http://www.MannMadeSoftware.com
Skype username is: mrjonman

Comment provided October 26, 2005 at 12:27 PM

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Dina writes:

Hi there… always innovating, I love it. :)

I realize you may have a higher plan in mind that I don’t know about, but what happened to the “author search box?”

Last night I was trying to find an article by my friend Ann Zuccardy and had to scroll through all the A’s to get to her.

I love the search box. It’s how I get my content from my favorite authors quickly.

Dina

Comment provided October 26, 2005 at 12:54 PM

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Chris Knight writes:

http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Ann_Zuccardy

The top search engine would have taken you directly to her name.

At 5,000+ searches a day, end user demand exceeded our ability to serve up at a speed that was acceptable…

Know that our tech crew has got an action plan to get the search functionality back asap!

Comment provided October 26, 2005 at 12:58 PM

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Ramon Greenwood writes:

I suggest you include a subject category:

Careers

Comment provided October 26, 2005 at 3:33 PM

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Gary Cordingley writes:

Christopher,
Thank you for being proactive. I admire your vision and energy.

Comment provided October 26, 2005 at 5:41 PM

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Dave writes:

Yes, I thought things looked different when I logged in today!

I’ve had a chance to look around since then & I like the changes. It’s making things more straightforward in my opinion. And I’m a good person to judge that aspect because I just discovered eZine a couple days ago.

Keep up the good work!

Dave

Comment provided October 26, 2005 at 8:25 PM

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R.G. Srinivasan writes:

Personal comments from your editorial team is an excellent idea. It would help definitely help us to improve the quality of writing.

Many of us are not keyword focussed while writing. Could you also suggest how to improve keyword density for better search engine placement?

Srinivasan

Comment provided October 30, 2005 at 9:21 AM

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Edward Weiss writes:

I’d like to see a subcategory titled “conversion” or something like that in the Internet part of your site. It’s a very important category in and of itself and I’m sure many authors would have much to contribute.

Comment provided October 31, 2005 at 6:07 PM

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