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|Sep 14, 2006 5:01 am||Ryze Help > Lesson 11: The use of aliases and having more than one membership......||#|
=> This information is being forwarded to you via the "Networkers First Stop Training!" Network, moderated by Althea Garner to help assist you in navigating about your ryze membership and it's features. Best of Successs!
Patricia Garrison, Your Bd Leader
Read Lesson 1: Controlling Messages in Your Inbox
Read Lesson 2: Opening Up Your Guestbooks
Read Lesson 3: Network With Me!
Read Lesson 4: Friends and your sphere of influence
Read Lesson 5: What You Can... and Cannot Say On Public Boards!
Lesson 6: Requesting 'Friends' status
Lesson 7: What do I do if I am suspended by Ryze?
Lesson 8: How important is accurate spelling and grammar on Ryze?
Lesson 9: So you don't like what someone else posted!
Lesson 10: What is the purpose of a Signature Block?
Lesson 11 - The use of aliases and having more than one membership......
When you set up your Ryze membership and decide on a suitable 'name' for yourself, it is important to select one that will DRAW business - not repel it!
I have a member on one of my networks called Mr Wierdo! Now, WHO is going to feel safe doing business with Mr Wierdo?
Last year, I had an unpleasant experience with a Ryze member and found it necessary to ban him from my board. This member was later banned from Ryze, but continued to e-mail me for some time. It was clear by his e-mails that he could see every post on my network, and I later discovered that he had re-registered on Ryze under a fake name!
Let me make this clear: Ryze does NOT allow people to enrol under a fake name - you can use an alias, but the information submitted to Ryze must be authentic, or you will be banned from Ryze (yeah.... only to emerge under yet another fake name!!) BUT - Ryze is able to track your IP address (looks something like: 188.8.131.52) so I would not advise using multiple identities!
You ARE however, allowed to have more than one membership. For example, if you are an active Network leader and require more than the allowed 3 networks (under Platinum membership), you may register a second Platinum membership under the same name, for another 3 networks.
In my case, I have more than one business and have registered separate memberships for each of my business identities - however, they are both registered to MY (same) name.
(Oh, by the way… I am NEVER too busy for your referrals!)
Althea Garner, Realtor
First Team Real Estate
Huntington Beach South
We don't sell houses - we fulfill dreams!
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