A request

You may have noticed that for the past few weeks eCRN has carried a request to renew subscriptions for CRN—that is the monthly print magazine—not this email newsletter.

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By  Mark Sutton Published  March 16, 2002

You may have noticed that for the past few weeks eCRN has carried a request to renew subscriptions for CRN—that is the monthly print magazine—not this email newsletter.

Well, it seems that not enough of you have got online and done this. Just to reiterate, you must renew your details this month to continue getting CRN. Subscribers should have received the March 2002 issue by now, but if you haven’t renewed your details yet, it is going to be the last copy you get.

Our circulation audit company, who provide official independent figures on readership, insists that in order to accurately reflect circulation figures, that we update our data every three years.

Without up-to-date data, we can’t tell who is reading the magazine, and what you want to read. By helping us keep our records current, you will help us to provide a better magazine, to the people who want to read it, instead of getting lost in the internal mail or clogging up the in trays of people that don’t want.

You will also be helping yourself, as we are now offering a prize draw! All respondents to the subscription offer will go into a prize draw to win a fantastic CyberDrive CD-RW.

The Internet department here at ITP assure me that the subscription details will take more than two minutes to complete, and once you have registered once, you will not need to do so again for another three years. So please, help us, to serve you, and subscribe today!

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