Important changes to your membership on our new Hair Loss Forum and Social Network
Our long time hair restoration forum has recently been dramatically enhanced and now provides social networking. Much like facebook, you can now share and create blogs, photo albums and videos, chat online and get updates from fellow hair loss sufferers.
If you were a member of our previous discussion forum, all you have to do to reactivate your membership is visit our new community and enter the email address you originally registered with. You will then be sent an email to reset your password. All of your previous profile information, posts, and photos have been successfully transferred to our new Hair Restoration Social Network and enhanced hair loss discussion forum. If you are new to our community and would like to join, simply visit our new community and click “Join Now”.
Click here to check out our new community. View the official Press Release.
With help from a team of professional developers, our managing publisher Bill Seemiller has really worked hard dealing with the many tedious details needed to make this happen. So far, the overwhelming majority of the feedback we received has been positive.
Over the last two weeks, all the major bugs have been ironed out and enhancements are underway. Kudos to Bill for his great work in managing this dramatic overhaul. We encourage you to help make our new social network optimal by reporting any issues or suggested enhancements to Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also post them publicly on our forum by adding a reply to the topic ” Welcome to Your New Hair Loss Forum and Social Community“.
We will do everything we can to make this the most robust hair restoration social community on the planet. So please let us know how we can make it better for you.
Onwards and Upwards into greater sharing and interaction.
Patrick Hennessey and Bill Seemiller – Publisher and Managing Publisher of the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, the Hair Loss Q & A Blog, the Hair Restoration Discussion Forum and the new Hair Restoration Social Network
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