Noticed something different about allnurses.com lately?

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    This question has nothing to do with nursing per se, but just the layout of the website. It is just me or are the ads on allnurses.com becoming a bit excessive? The format has definitely changed, but I'm not so sure for the good.
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    Yes they seem more aggressive in advertising. I guess they have to make money somehow.
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    Support allnurses.com with a subscription and the ads magically disappear!
    MsbossyRN and Hoozdo like this.
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    Quote from Reno1978
    Support allnurses.com with a subscription and the ads magically disappear!
    Yes and the toothfairy will soon be coming to your house too.....
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    Quote from Reno1978
    Support allnurses.com with a subscription and the ads magically disappear!
    I was going to say this too. I used to have a subscription but it ran out. I need to renew it soon. I miss having a nice avatar.
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    Yes, I looked at a Redi Set Go a couple of days ago, and now that's what I'm seeing, ad after ad for Redi Set Go.
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    Quote from LifesAJourney
    Noticed something different about allnurses.com lately?
    Nope.
    Pretty much whining, moaning and complaining about "how hard things are" still the main posts around here.
    Last edit by EmergencyNrse on Aug 25, '10
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    Quote from Reno1978
    Support allnurses.com with a subscription and the ads magically disappear!
    I used to....but I'm a poor nursing student, and they got rid of student subscriptions.

    Truthfully, that action will make me think twice about subscribing to them once I'm an RN. They dropped me pretty quick, I'll think long and hard before giving them any more of my money.
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    Quote from CuriousMe
    I used to....but I'm a poor nursing student, and they got rid of student subscriptions.

    Truthfully, that action will make me think twice about subscribing to them once I'm an RN. They dropped me pretty quick, I'll think long and hard before giving them any more of my money.
    I think the free membership is just fine. If my husband weren't so cheap, I would get the paid membership. As far as the "giving them any more of my money" comment...you weren't "giving them your money"...you were paying for a service.

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    Quote from Reno1978
    Support allnurses.com with a subscription and the ads magically disappear!
    They are still in the right margin, and I could swear the **** things are inching leftward when they know I'm not looking
    Last edit by sirI on Aug 25, '10


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