Quick Tour - a Tutorial-Style Introduction to Features and Benefits
This page covers basics:
» Four menus/navigation bars are available on many pages for your convenience and easy navigation through the site. All four are displayed on this page:
» Lists of forms are found at "Sitemap" in four categories; lists of features are often located in dropdown menus plus in the left-side menu.
» Setting up a personal account opens up options like copying and editing event listings. Click the hand and mouse in the upper right corner of most pages to get started.
» Content is often sparse as new areas find Local4All and post events and other content. Visit zip code 16201 to see the opposite of sparse. Here, community sponsor lists are randomized so each business receives equal advertising value.
» Users who "log in" can see links to tools not visible to other visitors. "Logging Out" makes the special links disappear and restores the view other users see.
» Local4All seeks Agents to represent us in all markets across the US, in rural as well as metropolitan areas. Users can sign up as Agents easily... if "too much income" jeopardizes health insurance and/or pension benefits, agents can roll compensation percentages down to zero and back up again as the need arises. Suggestions are always welcome for new ways to spread the word about our services.
» More tools are added to dropdown lists and menus to make editing easy. Preview buttons are available in most forms to see how final content will appear.
» Tour pages 1-4 give an overview of display pages, forms, and functions designed to help individual users, non-profits, businesses, and local government.
» Frequently Asked Questions are a good source of information on Agent opportunities, how we support fundraising for nonprofits, lists of forms, and more. Click on Sitemap in the top menu for quick access from most pages.
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