We now have a "paid" website! That means several good things for you;
1st, we no longer have to put up with having unwanted ads on our website!
, your website address is now simply, www.tuckesseechapter.com
no need to have the "Tripod" in there anymore. Makes it easier to remember, or tell someone else what it is.
3rd, we now have the capability to deliver Chapter Forms on line. I have added pages for those,
you can find the links in the navigation bar on the left side of each page of the site.
4th, there are some other cool things we can do, that I'm not using yet, that I might add
in the future, if I can figure out how they might be of use to us.
The bottom line is, that if YOU can think of anything that we need to do on the website, or that you think would be handy,
that we aren't currently doing, PLEASE bring it up! We can now probably do just about ANYTHING that you can imagine, if we
have a need for it.
Paying for this website is pretty cheap, it's less than $12 a month and for that, we have all the capabilities here to
deliver to YOU, the Chapter Member, all the services and information YOU need, at your finger tips!
I'm no computer geek, but I think all that we can do here is pretty cool and exciting! I enjoy playng with all the cool
stuff I can do here and I'm going to do my best to make this website the most useful, informative tool that it can be, FOR
YOU, the Chapter Members!
Please feel free to send me your suggestions, anytime, about anything you think we can do to improve this website. Add
something we don't currently have, delete something we have and don't need, change the way something looks, or works. Just
suggest it and I'll see what we can do!
It's my goal to make this the best H.O.G. Chapter website in the country! (That might be a lofty goal since some Chapters
probably have professional geeks for their sites!) But, I'm going to try, anyway.
Joe Schwenz Sr.
Tuckessee Chapter Webmaster
One last note; I understand that there has been some question as to why the page counters have been
ocassionally resetting to zero. That was me! I was doing that. LOL! I was resetting the counters after each website update
so that I could get a feel for how many people were using the website and viewing which pages the most. With the new paid
website, I can find out that information in other ways and will no longer have to reset the page counters at each website
update. So, I will no longer reset the counters unless I have a real "need" to do so.