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    Quote Originally Posted by yazzyfooty View Post
    If you are a BSAC club then the new BSAC website has an area for clubs to have their own website and they will 'run' it for you.
    Is that a good idea given how horrific BSACs own new website is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchieblackcat View Post
    David P, we've encountered a lot of issues like you. The forum and general on-line communication is seen as the work of the devil by some. However the consensus is that the forum works for us and we're really trying to do off-line communication to those that don't use it.
    Same here. Forum fell flat on its face as nobody used it. So set up an email list instead. Out of 73 members 23 people have signed up for it. So generally it gets 1 post every few months.

    People around here at least see the internet, email and everything as the work of the devil and refuse to use it. They also complain nobody tells them anything.

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    Much of this thread is getting a bit techy - hosting, DNS, software and stuff. All interesting stuff (to some of us) - but can I just repeat the same plea - "customer first":
    • Be clear what your members (and indeed interested potential members) need to know, first of all - be modest - and get that right.
    • Talk to your members - sure - but don't just go with what they say they'd like - ask them what they need from you, what they need to know.
    • A website - calendar - contact list - reports list - whatever is of no use if it's not up to date.
    • Make it clear whose responsibility it is to keep different sections up to date.
    • Don't worry unduly about design - so long as it's not too scrappy. A logical structure (based around what customers want to do) is much more important.
    Hope that helps, and doesn't unduly repeat other stuff. Good luck!
    David P.

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    Get them to sign up to YD?

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    I think if you want to create some good site for club, you sshould hire professionals to make good design!

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    Quote Originally Posted by betrue View Post
    I think if you want to create some good site for club, you sshould hire professionals to make good design!
    Good advice. If you want to create website for people or which will provide some online services, better will be to use professional help. Also design and seo very important now, you should pay attention on these things too. Try to contact Dteam company and get consultations, here you can read more info about them https://dteam.dev.

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    I can recommend you to read a good article on Digital insurance. Today, business is developing at an incredible speed. To keep up with this might be really hard today. Therefore, you should read more sources of information on this topic to stay afloat and grow your business to the top of success. Good luck!

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