I have a small, but active NING at 143 people.
Unfortunately, I've had feedback indicating that when people see that I have only 143 people, they are reluctant to donate to such a small group.
Also, the button for donating says Purchase, and a bunch of credit cards next to it.
I'm positive that that's a turn-off.
So, my request is...
1. Allow for the editing of the "...and '###143' more." phrase.
I'd love to have, for example our "600 discussions" as the text there, or something of my own creation.
2. Have a clean Donate button, instead of a Purchase button with smaller, or no credit card icons.
Is this possible?
Id say its not really a good idea if it is even possible. False advertising is always a no no imo.
Sorry, but I don't see it as false advertising at all. A small number of people gives people the false impression that the site has little or no value to them. But a relatively large number of discussions does reflect value. I just want to play to the strengths of the site.
You can remove the "143 more" phrase. See here http://www.votecitizens.org/main/authorization/signUp?
My button just says "Continue". I don't remember at the moment if I added any code or if I just changed the wording in the language editor. I will take a look and let you know when I get a chance if nobody else gives you the solution first.
Thank you Michael! I think 'Continue' is a great option.
Also, I have no experience with the language editor, but I'll take a look.
Hey, Sean! I have heard a few request about this "Donate" vs. "Purchase" idea. Great point. I have asked our Paid Access product manager to consider making this change. Thanks!
I think you can find some code here on Creators to remove the number on the Sign-up page. This one might work.
Thanks Eric! That should do the trick!
Hey, Sean. Good news on at least one of your suggestions. The team was able to change this so the button reads "Continue" for donation paywalls and "Purchase" for fixed-price paywalls.
Thanks again for the suggestion!
I saw that, thanks! You guys are doing a great job.