We just wanted to let you know of some changes that have/are taking place for the HTN community and humantalentnetwork.com
1- Announcing the new site user experience, and the heat/popularity index.
2- Deprecating the old contributor application process and replacing it with a sweet, slick and simple process.
3- You now have Login Access: Announcing the new user dashboard for guest article submissions and allowing more individual personalization for contributors and their representatives.
4- Announcing the new book store and the play or pay system (Q2-Q3).
5- Growth statistics.New User Experience & Heat Index
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