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Have you signed up and logged in as a Tamebay Member?

By Chris Dawson May 12, 2017 - 9:00 am

Since we launched the new Tamebay site you’ve been able to register as a Tamebay member. It’s designed to make your life easier by giving you full access to all Tamebay content and make it easier for you to find the content you want and comment on articles of interest and of course have your own unique username on Tamebay. Membership is of course free.

You’ll find the ‘Sign up‘ and ‘log in‘ buttons in the top righthand corner of any Tamebay page. Once you’re logged in you’ll get a user dashboard where you can complete your profile, add an image and save your favourite articles and resources. You’ll also be able to comment without having to enter your details every time you have something to say.

7 Reasons to become a Tamebay member

  1. Your own commenting identity

    You’ll have a unique user name which will be used whenever you comment so long as you remember to log in. No one else will be able to pick the same user name (I have the user name ‘Chris’), and you’ll be able to comment without completing your name, email address and website each time you have something to say.

  2. Your own avatar

    Upload an image to your user profile and we’ll display it each time you comment. It can be your picture, your company logo or any other image you’d like to use (obviously keep it professional!). Your image will identify you as a logged in Tamebay member so even if a casual user comments with the same name, everyone will know when it’s legitimately you.

  3. Unlimited access to our news and features

    As a Tamebay member you’ll get full access to Tamebay with absolutely no restrictions on what content you can access including all news and features published on the site. There will be no annoying limits of how many articles a week you can access.

  4. Download resources for free

    Once you’re logged in as a Tamebay member, if you want to download the Tamebay guide, an ebook or a white paper there’ll be no annoying forms to fill in.

  5. ‘My Library’

    In your membership dashboard you’ll be able to access your favourite articles and resources. Once you’re logged in you’ll notice on every article on Tamebay an ‘Add article to favourites’ link appears just below the main image. If you read something that you’d like to file for future reference you can save it with a single click and it’ll then appear in your dashboard as a ‘Favourite Article’.

  6. Daily newsletter

    As a Tamebay member, we’ll make sure that you’re kept up to date with the news with our daily newsletter which will arrive in your inbox five days a week with links to all the news from the past 24 hours. If you want to make sure you don’t miss the important stuff (like eBay’s recent seller release) sign up as a Tamebay member today.

  7. Invitations to exclusive Tamebay events and webinars

    Throughout the year we hold a number of event, meetups, the occasional (in)famous Tamebay party and webinars. As a Tamebay member we’ll make sure that you get an invite and are first to hear of what’s going on.

Sign up and log in to Tamebay today

If you’re not already a Tamebay member, you can sign up here. If you are already a member, don’t forget to log in here (or at the top of any Tamebay page).

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