DPS Computing Blog Reaches 1000 Registered Members!

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It is with great pride that DPS Computing Limited can announce that we have reached the fantastically amazing milestone of 1,000 registered members of our blog.

Currently along with the 1,000 regular and registered visitors to the blog, DPS Computing has many thousands more visitors (‘guests’) per month reading the latest news, articles and reviews from the world of computing.

The DPS Computing blog, in its most recent form, has been going since 2009 and we are proud to reach the important milestone of 1,000 registered users only a few months after forming the company which we are now, DPS Computing Limited.

We’d like to take this opportunity to say a big ‘thank you’ to all of our registered members, our regular visitors and our supporters.

Have you not signed up to the DPS Computing blog yet?  You could be missing out on some of the most important news, reviews, updates and tutorials!  Why not sign up now?  It’s never been easier!

We’ve got the standard option for registering with the blog, where you fill out your details and we create an account for you.  That only takes a few minutes, but if you’ve got a social media account (such as Facebook), then the process is even easier!  Simply sign up with your social network account (such as Facebook) and we’ll do the rest to create your account!  Not only that, you will then be able to sign into your DPS Computing blog account by using your social network account.

We’ve also today launched a social media commenting system.  We’ve banished the old commenting system in favour of one which can integrate with your favourite social networks!

It has simply never been easier to become a registered member on the DPS Computing blog and / or add your comments to any of the posts we have published.

What are you waiting for? :D.

PS.  Don’t forget to subscribe yourself to blog updates!  That way we can send you an e-mail whenever the blog changes, for example – a new article is published.  Whether you are a registered member or not, you can subscribe to DPS Computing blog updates by adding your e-mail address to the ‘subscribe’ field on the right and then clicking submit.  If you’re a registered member (and logged in!) it’s even easier – we’ve filled in your e-mail address for you – just simply click submit! :).

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Ben Stones
9 years ago

With 90% of them being spammers trying to spam ;-).

Ben Stones
9 years ago

Why don’t they comment then? 😉

Ben Stones
9 years ago

True ;-).

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