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Who do I ask?

Friday, December 09, 2011

Who Do I ask?

"That doesn't seem like grounds for a removal? Did you ask them why?"
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3RDGENERATION1 12/10/2011 9:52AM

    Just sparkmail any of the coaches and you should get a response. Maybe it was a mistake on someone's part?

Sorry that happened to you. I LOVE the picture of the waterfall behind your sparkpage.

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REACHING4HOME 12/9/2011 5:25PM

    I have written some questionable things in my blogs and no one has asked me to remove them. Occasionally, someone will spark mail me and tell me they hated what I wrote but I then ask them, "why didn't you post something on the blog instead of wimping out and sending it in spark mail."? They rarely reply.
Erin

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ALIHIKES 12/9/2011 2:03PM

    I know there are other bloggers that have been asked to remove content (or had content removed); but I thought that SP would communicate with you first. Did you check your spark mail to see if anyone did e-mail you?

The guidelines for posting content are posted at http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource
/motivation_articles.asp?id=349 and the author of that article is Coach Jen (Jen Mueller); you might try e-mailing her.

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JSPEED4 12/9/2011 9:18AM

    Clink on the "Community " button at the top of the Start page, and at the top of many other pages. Then click "Message Boards" and the scroll to "Get Help Here" and try the "Technical Support" or something like that. Ask about it there and then go back to that to see if answers show up.

Maybe even click on The SparkGuy button in your Friends on your SparkPage. Email him.

I'd think that this deletion was some quick response to someone's idea of "purity." I remember commenting that it was sort of weird--but weird is what most people are, in some ways, to everyone else! Taking this deletion really personally would be an over-reaction to their reaction. Heck, check out The Soapbox SparkTeam and see what people say there! I've been surprised that a bunch of that isn't edited out. emoticon

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