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Please use the "Create/Update Profile" Link on Home Page

Postby Dave Jensen » Thu Jul 20, 2006 1:12 pm


I want to remind forum readers that if they would like more specific advice from the "senior" regulars here on the site, it would be a good idea to set up a short profile about themselves. This can be very anonymous if you would like, but having a bit of information about yourself and your goals/aspirations and present situation is very powerful here on the forum. I know that I have spoken to my advisers, and more attention is DEFINITELY paid to those people who have the little "person" icon after their name on the forum. These people have become a part of the community, and they are not doing "drive by" queries.

Please, if you'd like this forum to continue and grow, take the two minutes needed to put up a brief profile of yourself by using the "Create/Update Profile" link on the forum index (home) page.

Thanks, Dave Jensen, Forum Moderator
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