Poll: What stops you registering on this blog site?

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I am curious to know why blog site visitors stop short of actually registering for Free membership, so I thought I’d create a quick poll to find out a little more, as answers to all these concerns are explained on the Home and Privacy Policy pages:

What stops you registering on this blog site? (1 or 2 answers only)

  • Something else, then email phil@hollandnumerics.org.uk (100%, 1 Votes)
  • Will it cost me anything? (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Will it get me a SAS job? (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Can I get answers to SAS programming questions? (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Is there any useful SAS information there? (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Privacy/security concerns (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 1

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I will use the results of the poll to improve the blog site.

Thanks in advance…………….Phil

Fast – Cheap – Good – Pick any 2!

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Fast - Cheap - GoodI’m sure you’ve seen this sign many times before, but it is a very important statement!

At Holland Numerics we strive to provide good service at all times, so we will never even consider providing fast service cheap, because it will not be good! That said, we can provide good service fast, but it won’t be cheap, and good service cheap, but it won’t be fast.

Sometimes we have to sit back and consider Oscar Wilde’s view (from his play “Lady Windemere’s Fan”) that at his point in time a cynic, but now everyone, knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing! This is particularly relevant for consultancies like Holland Numerics trying to determine appropriate pricing for consulting services.

That is why the SAS Programming Forum is accessed for a small subscription, not because we need it to be an income stream, but because we want to make certain that subscribers really want to access the valuable SAS-related information I have added over several months in that forum. I like to think this is perfectly exemplified by another quote, this time from my all-time favourite novel “Time Enough for Love” by Robert A Heinlein:

“Anything free is worth what you pay for it.”