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The questioner did not mention whether his/her Section was utilizing the ASME.org Group page (as is recommended) or where they maintaining a separate web site on another domain.
I would stress that all ASME groups utilize the ASME.org group page as their official ASME web presence. This is a highly underutilized resource. Any visitor starting at ASME.org looking for your group will likely land on your group page first.
I would be interested in receiving feedback from groups that have declined to utilize the ASME.org group regarding the issues that led to them go away from that resource.
I also would like to know if there is interest in receiving training in how to utilize the ASME.org group page, including examples of best practices already in use.
Are there Documentation instructions Crissy Johns has added in the knowledge base already existing?
What is a good place to put instruction files like this?
There are a lot of resources, including tutorials, in the "ASME.org Community Help & Support" page.
There is even a tutorial on using the Group "Forum", which I had not seen!
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