About Those Ads

How to stay logged in and hide the ads

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By Robert F. Moss

Hopefully, as a Dispatch Plus member, you haven’t noticed this, but we updated our advertising approach this week to use auto-placed instead of statically positioned ads. The reason for this is simple: to generate a little more revenue, every dollar of which (for the foreseeable future, at least) will go to pay our contributors for their writing.

As part of your Dispatch Plus membership, you get to read all of the Southeastern Dispatch and see no ads while doing so. The only catch is that you have to be logged in under your subscriber account so we know you are a member.

So, if you’re seeing ads all of a sudden, just log in to the site and they should go away.

It’s a pain to have to log in every time you want to read a story, of course, so the Dispatch has a “keep me logged in function” that you can select on whatever device(s) you regularly use. Just navigate to your Profile page (you can find it under the drop-down menu in the upper right corner of the screen) and in the Account Settings pane select the “Keep me logged in on this computer” checkbox.

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If you have any issues, just shoot us a note at info@southeasterndispatch.com and we’ll get you sorted out.

Thanks again for being a Dispatch Plus member and helping support great food writing in the Carolinas.

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About the Author

Robert F. Moss

Robert F. Moss is the Contributing Barbecue Editor for Southern Living magazine, Restaurant Critic for the Post & Courier, and the author of numerous books on Southern food and drink, including The Lost Southern Chefs, Barbecue: The History of an American Institution, Southern Spirits: 400 Years of Drinking in the American South, and Barbecue Lovers: The Carolinas. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina.