Post Independent asks Web site users to re-register
Readers of the Post Independent’s Web site may have noticed some new features over the past couple of weeks. The new eEDITION allows readers to view the Post Independent online in a print format. Readers can flip through the eEDITION and see exactly what was delivered to the news stands. The site also has a new calendar feature that not only allows readers to look further ahead than in the print edition, but readers also can post events on the calendar themselves.Those features were added with little impact to our Web site users. For the next addition, we’ll need to ask for your patience – particularly from our most loyal visitors.Today those who have already registered on our Web site will be asked to do so again with a new registration form. The new registration form will ask that you pick a screen name – any alias or real name will do. As before, we won’t share any of your personal information. The information is gathered so we know who is reading our online paper and what more we can do to serve that demographic, as well as bring in those other groups we think are underserved on the site.In the future, we hope to use the registration information to help you customize your reading experience. The Post Independent wants loyal readers of the site to see the benefit of being a customer we know. It will also allow us to continue to upgrade the site in the future with as little impact as possible to the visitors of the Post Independent Web site.The Post Independent’s goal is to give members of the online community the best possible experience.The new registration will take only a minute or two. If you run into problems with the registration, please feel free to call online editor Sean Kelly at 384-9117 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.If you haven’t seen the new features, check them out at http://www.postindependent.com. The eEDITION can be reached through the link near the top of the PI’s home page. To go to the calendar, click on “calendar” on the left side of the page.
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