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Suggestion To Revamp Registration Requirement

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Suggestion To Revamp Registration Requirement

Post by ryder on Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:28 pm

In order for anyone to browse the forums or advertisements here in hifi4sale, one has to register first to gain access to the pages. I find this policy to be quite stringent and may have deterred random forummers to join this site at will.

For most sites, people are allowed to browse through the pages and forums without registration. Only when they feel like participating in the forums or contacting sellers who posted in the classifieds then they would naturally register themselves. I think this is a more proper way not only to improve the quality of the site but to encourange more members from joining the site. Most people who click on this site would probably steer away after realising they need to register first before they can even browse the site without any clue on what to expect. They may think this is another run-down site with nothing much to offer. I would suggest that free browsing of this site be granted to everyone, and when one wants to post in the discussion forums or contact sellers then only they would need to register.

Just an opinion and suggestion.

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Re: Suggestion To Revamp Registration Requirement

Post by tycham on Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:42 pm

Good idea. Should also have an option to sign in as a guest.
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Re: Suggestion To Revamp Registration Requirement

Post by hifikaki on Thu Jul 09, 2009 9:41 am

concur!! if i encounter sites that require registration and login b4 i can surf, i'd look elsewhere unless the sites were recomend by someone.

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