Thank you…and Thank You For Being a Booster

By | May 5, 2016
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Thank You and Thank You For Being a Booster

Last weekend we added some super specials and freebies for our Cloudeight Boosters… and your response was amazing. So first, we’d like to thank you for that.  We really appreciate it.

Or course, not all of you are Cloudeight Boosters. But we want you to know that we very much appreciate the support you give us. We appreciate those who support us by subscribing to our newsletters. Those who support us by using our Cloudeight Direct Computer Care services. We are thankful for those who support us by purchasing the products we recommend and sell like Emsisoft and Reg Organizer.  You are all part of our family and we thank you for  your friendship and support.

For those of you who have taken the extra step of becoming a Cloudeight Booster – we send you a special thank you. As a booster you help us get through some tough financial times. And we don’t know how to thank you for all you do for us. That is the reason we add freebies and special prices for you as often as we can. If it weren’t for your support, things would be even tougher. Thank you so much.

 

When Microsoft removed a decent mail program (Windows Mail/Outlook Express) from Windows back in 2009, we were the biggest stationery site on the Web. As people upgraded to Windows 7 few could use our stationery and we had to start over.

When someone or something rips your heart out, there are two things you can do: You can give up, or you can find ways to keep going. We didn’t give up, we fought on and it wasn’t easy. We had to rely on some of our loyal stationery newsletter subscribers to stick with us as we transitioned from an email stationery site to a Windows tips and tricks and help site, and started our Windows computer repair service.

Every week we provide free support to hundreds of Windows users. To this day, we still answer every single person who writes to us. And we help dozens of people every single day.

In 2011 Darcy came up with idea for Cloudeight Direct Computer Care services. And that helped us to rise like the Phoenix from the ashes. We started all over again. We are fortunate that so many of our subscribers stayed with us.

Now we rely on Cloudeight Direct Computer Care, products we endorse and recommend and those wonderful people who have become Cloudeight Boosters to keep us going.

Thank you to all of you who read our newsletters.

Thank you to those who buy the products and services we recommend.

And a special thank you to our Cloudeight Boosters. Because of you, we’re still fighting and we’re never going to give up.

It gets tough sometimes. Sometimes we’re struggling to pay the bills. Sometimes we throw our hands up and say “What do we do now?” But Darcy and I pick each other up, and we never let ourselves get too far down. We keep on fighting and we keep on going.

But we will tell you this:  Without you, the road would be more difficult.

To our Cloudeight Boosters – Thank you so much! You’ve given us so much. You’ve made the Booster’s site a success. We just added some super specials and some new freebies.  And we plan on adding more and giving you more because you deserve it.

If you’re a booster and you haven’t been to the booster’s site recently, check it out. The super specials and freebies are on the page that opens as soon as you log in.

To our boosters and to everyone who has stuck with us through the good times and the hard times – we appreciate it very much. Without your support and your encouragement, the road would be much bumpier.

Thank you all.. And a special thank you to those who have taken the extra step and have become Cloudeight Boosters.

We consider all of you our friends. And we just wanted to say Thank You!


If you’re interested in making a donation and becoming a Cloudeight Booster visit this page.

9 thoughts on “Thank you…and Thank You For Being a Booster

  1. Muriel Schlecht

    You two are an inspiration to all of us. I, for one, would be lost in computerland without you. There have been so many changes (and dangers) over the past 10+ years, along with all the misinformation from people we used to be able to trust, that you have become even more important to people like me. It’s comforting to know who to go to learn the truth or get the best opinions possible.
    “It’s not how many times you fall, it’s how many times you get up that really counts” . (I have more trouble getting up now….it’s my knees) But you know what the quote really means. Right?
    I have a question for each of you. If you had to do something different to earn a living, what would you like to do?

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  2. Joyce Linsenmeyer

    I love your Newsletter it informs me and it teaches me things I never knew. I have been receiving it since Smileycons. I love the ebooks too. Can’t wait till you have a new ebook with lots of Windows 10 tips in it. Keep up your fine work.

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  3. Norman

    There is a well worded saying….’when things get tough,the tough get going”
    Over the past 10 years+ both of you have provided an invaluable service to us all.
    With internet and other technology advancing so quickly it is great for us average computer users to have you on side with excellent knowledge and advice.
    We all wish that we could support you more so,but hopefully over time ,we can continue to maintain our support to allow you to provide your expertise to us.
    Regards from Down Under.

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  4. Wendy

    Muriel, Joyce and Norman said it so well. We who have followed you from the very beginning know well how much you have enriched our computer lives. I am comforted to rely on you who keep on top of things and can be resourced for individual problems. And btw, many or us continue to mourn the loss of your dynamite stationery!

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  5. Jim Sparks

    The smart phone killed email and your beautiful stationery. I get very few emails anymore except ads.

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  6. Jim Bonds

    Ditto on all said above. I think you are (amazingly) true and above board. i.e., Honest!
    I’ve “boosted” you several times in the past, whenever you needed it. Not for the “trinkets” offered (nice but not necessary) and I also buy any and all software through you that I want or need, hoping you get a “cut”. I don’t mind paying for something I like (or want).

    Now,,, the reason for this comment. I don’t recall signing up to become a card toting “Booster Bunny Club” member but maybe I did. Occasionally, I have a Maladaptive Brain Activity (MBA). Anyhoo, I can’t sign-in. How do I find out what I called myself (password), assuming you kept a record, or would it be easier to just re-join? Or do you read this stuff?

    Your friend,

    Jim Bonds

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    1. infoave Post author

      Hi Jim, thanks so much. I’ve replied you privately. Thanks again.

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  7. Dianne/Altara

    I agree with the previous comments, which were said better than I could have said it. I’ve learned so much from the two of you that I can’t begin to put that into words. You’ve never steered us wrong–a fact which I tell everyone, any chance I get! Hang in there. We’re all behind you. And I’m proud to say, I recently became a Cloudeight Booster. (and yes, TC: I chose the name Altara because Forbidden Planet is my all time fav movie!)

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  8. Diane

    There is no one; NO ONE who will mess with my compuder other than Thundercloud! There is no one; NO ONE who will give me advice other then Thundercloud……IF you quit so will I………YIKES, let’s not go there! 🙊🙈🙉 💻

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