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Over 200,000 registered users at AfterDawn.com

Written by Jari Ketola @ 04 Oct 2004 8:56 User comments (6)

On Friday AfterDawn.com reached yet another milestone when the 200,000th user registered to our site. Users have been able to register to our service from the very beginning, so it took about five and a half years for us to reach the number of users we have now. The number, obviously, doesn't include the users that no longer have an active account with us.
By registering to our service the users can access our discussion forums, post comments to news articles (such as this one), subscribe to our weekly newsletter and request notifications to be sent when a specific piece of software is updated. You can sign up for an account here. It's completely free and safe!

At the time of writing about 500 new users register to our site each day. We hope that we will be able to provide all of you, our users, with a service worth using in the future as well!

Thank you very much for your support and contribution!

-Jari Ketola
AfterDawn.com

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6 user comments

14.10.2004 9:15

Congrads to Afterdawn on being a great site and having so many members.The more the better and soon it will be 300,OOO and so on as every wants to visit AD.Because there are so many great members who make AD what it is which is No1.

24.10.2004 17:48

go afterdawn. hit the 300,000 mark you can do it!

34.10.2004 18:12

good job:)

44.10.2004 18:35

Go AD...it's your birfday, we gonna party like it's your birfday.

55.10.2004 9:50

Good job people! This has always been a wonderful place may it only get better.

65.10.2004 12:43

It will only decline, when I'm online! Hee hee, I'm a poet, and I knew it! Congrats AD!

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