The major problem I have had for years of supporting the Fair Tax is that once a person hears about the Fair Tax, the first question that is asked is "What can I do?
AFFT position was to sign up at www.fairtax.org
. Then they get a request for donations.
They have a "get involved" section that was buried why in the back of the site. You have to look for it. There was no way for the individual to ask questions and get a timely response.
The yahoo Fair Tax sites did not provide an answer nor a quick response.
The information is one way. It all goes through AFFT.
This site solves many of these concerns once you figure out how to use it. There are a number of areas to visit but the newcomer really does not know what to do. I have seen many members post a comment. " I joined a while back, but I just found this" How many members know they can use the "chat"? How about the private chat area?
What are the Upload Files about?
How would the new member find out about a "group" in their community and the events in that community?
Maybe there should be a newcomer information page they could be directed to when they register. The main page could have a link to it for people to use as a refresher.
Does anyone have any other thoughts?