Just wanted to pay homage to Elizabeth Adam’s work on establishing a user guide to TipDrop.
If you haven’t seen it, go to:
Elizabeth has some great ideas and is working hard on this site to provide more information to help TipDrop grow.
It also bugs me a little that so many people put up sites, or put together products, but the user documentation is limiting. It’s as if the idea is to get the product out there, and let people fend for themselves.
I’m sure this hurts business in the long term.
So, if you are looking for a missing TipDrop manual (and a few great ideas to boot), head across to Elizabeth’s blog now.
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