Post Number: 134
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|Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - 12:38 am: ||
Prompted by the previous message we have updated this thread and removed the older comments which were seeking ideas about revamping the Cruising Information page. That phase was completed a long time ago and is now in operation.
Use of Gaybod is, as the Guest writer says, free to all.
Guests have limited access and in some areas their messages do queue for approval by a Moderator.
Registered Members have a few additional facilities which include a facility to edit and/or delete their own messages if they need to be updated or removed if they become out of date.
Gaybod content is checked on virtually a daily basis by volunteer Moderators however we do do not have facilites to seek out new locations and rely on Members and Guests to provide such details and post alerts against existing areas should it be necesary.
So - let others know we are here and pass on an invitation of take part in our discussions and messaging absolutely free of charge.
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|Posted on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 - 08:12 pm: ||
Now that S****t is limiting views of cruising areas, are we able to post cruising area on here?
It is likely that the site is limiting the number of free views because it is trying to "persuade" free members to upgrade.
S****t has bombarding its free members in recent years with special offers to upgrade - apparently this is not working, hence the new limitations.
The majority of sites offering a service have to pay for staff and run their site. This costs money! Lets face it, we as internet users seem to expect that we will get everything free. On most sites either pay or you are inundated with "paying adverts" to cover the costs and profits.
Of course you can all add new cruising sites to Gaybod. In fact the Moderators wish you would - giving as much detail as possible so that "Gaybod Cruisers" can actually find them.
WITH Gaybod IT DOESN'T COST YOU A PENNY
(Message edited by ukbear on February 14, 2017)