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Take the WACPtv 2010 (6-Point) MEMBER SURVEY CHALLENGE...please help us to help you better.!

Today we deleted 68 Members who had not contributed since they joined and tomorrow we will be deleting more non participaters. (UPDATE July 11, 2010 - 968 members suspended). This is all in the interest of progress. We have had time to get to know people and VIEW their habits and have determined who we want to GO FORWARD WIITH. Now we HAVE TO get down to ONLY 150 MEMBERS. We now just need to hear from you on what do you think.

UPDATE 7.23.2010:
Through a negotiation with Ning, we are now able to reinstate suspended members.
WELCOME BACK HOME!
Now we woud like to extend an opportunity to all Members to START OVER & MAKE A GOOD
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Please take a moment to answer a few questions so we may service our Remaining Community Members better;



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WHAT DO YOU THINK WE SHOULD BE DOING THAT WE ARE NOT DOING OR WHAT ARE WE DOING THAT YOU LIKE?
DID YOU KNOW THAT WE HAVE A COMMUNITY MAGAZINE? http://wacp.tv/magazine WHY HAVE YOU NOT MADE A COMMENT IN THIS MAGAZINE SINCE ONLY MEMBERS CAN HAVE THIS PRIVILAGE? ARE THE SUBJECTS NOT OF YOUR INTEREST? IF NOT, WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE?
HAS SOMEONE OR SOMETHING TURNED YOU OFF FROM PARTICIPATING IN THIS COMMUNITY? YOU CAN BE SPECIFIC... LET'S KEEP IT REAL!
MANY OF YOU ARE IN FACEBOOK MUCH MORE THAN HERE...WHY?
WE HAVE DESIGNED AN AFFILIATE REWARDS PROGRAM ( http://wacp.tv/SUBSCRIBE2.htm ) WHERE YOU CAN GET PAID TO PROMOTE YOU. IS THIS PROGRAM HARD TO UNDERSTAND? DOES IT NEED SOMETHING ADDED OR WHAT IS IT THAT YOU HAVEN'T TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF IT YET?
WE HAVE DECIDED TO KEEP ABOUT 100 OF OUR MOST ACTIVE MEMBERS AND REBUILD THIS COMMUNITY. DO YOU WANT TO BE INCLUDED AND WHY OR WHY NOT?
I'm such a novice at this. I'd like to be educated on how to make a website. I wanna know how to do video blogging and marketing. I wanna know who to upload or download a video into my blog and how to get all the fancy graphics and pictures I see on everyone elses site.

I love the atmosphere. I love the radio station. I love the talk about current events.
Thanks for your comments and dialog. We once had a HOW TO CONFERENCE CALL that only 4 people attened...it was free just like this survey.
Thanks Asadah to understand what is going on and what to do to corect it.
Thanks again, this is very informative information.
I understand... Thanks!
You are very good at keeping us informed about the current events. I receive emails from you almost every day. There is always something new and interesting happening on WACP. I am very busy doing gigs right now. This is the busy music season for me and I am in school and maintaining Dean's List status, so I don't get a chance to get on any of my sites too often, but is nice to still be informed....So I thank you for all that you do for our community.

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