FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
1. Is there a fee associated with being a subscriber of SOLO Woman Magazine?
No. Membership is free.
2. What are the benefits of becoming a subscriber?
Members receive site newsletters and access to our discussion boards, and can participate in workshops and contests.
3. How do I become a subscriber of SOLO Woman Magazine?
To become a subscriber, please click the REGISTER link on the right hand side (SITE ADMIN).
Please note: The “Member Name” you choose must be unique. If the “Member Name” already exists, it means that you may be registered under an old email address, or someone else may be using the same subscriber name. You can either keep entering new names until you find one that has not been taken by another registered user, or you can leave the field blank.
You do not need to have a subscriber name in order to use the site. If you wish to use the message boards, make sure to select a subscriber name you feel comfortable displaying publicly. A subscriber name is not a password, nor is it an email address. A subscriber name is the way in which you identify yourself — but still retain your privacy — on the Internet.
4. Can I change my subscriber name?
For your security, we cannot allow you to change your subscriber name once you are registered. If you would like to acquire a new one, you will have to sign up for a new account using a different email address.
5. I am already registered as a subscriber; how do I login in?
Click on “LOGIN” link on the right hand side of the page (SITE ADMIN).
Make sure that you are using the email address and password you provided when you originally signed up for subscribership. If you have changed Internet service providers and have not updated your account information with us, you will be recognized only by the email address you used originally.
Once you successfully sign in, you may update your account information. To review or update your account information, click “My Account.”
A new page will load. You may update your email address and other profile information, and make newsletter selections. Once you have updated your information, make sure to click on the orange “submit” button at the bottom of the page.
6. The home page welcomes me by name. Does that mean I’m signed in, or do I have to sign in each time I visit the site?
This means you are already signed in to the site and will be able to update your profile and post to our message boards. If you do not see your name, you must sign in.
7. How do I sign out of the site?
Click the “Sign Out” link at the top of the page and you will be signed out.
8. Where can I find the discussion boards, and how do I use them?
The discussion boards are located in the Community tab. They are intended to be a safe, friendly, and informative place for subscribers to share ideas. In this environment, users can exchange ideas and pose questions to the group. Our staff subscribers, special guests, and experts will also be contributing to the discussion boards.
The forums are listed by topic. Click on the forum category in which you wish to participate. You must be a signed-in subscriber to use the discussion boards. Once you’ve selected a message board topic, you may add a new discussion or search for messages about a certain subject using the “Search” box or “Popular Tags” found on every forum page.
9. How do I end my subscribership?
To stop receiving email newsletters from SOLO Woman Magazine (and our partners), scroll to the bottom of any email you have received from us. Beneath the company logo, it says: “If you would prefer not to receive further emails, please click here.” If you choose to follow the link, you will be given the option to unsubscribe from the email or from all SOLO Woman Communications, Inc..
Please allow three to four weeks to unsubscribe from our Email, Mailing, and Correspondence lists.