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What would you like to see here in the forum?
« on: December 15, 2018, 08:40:46 AM »
Ok Ladies and Gentlemen!

With the understanding that there is a ton of training and products in the Gold Membership that can help you succeed, what would you like to see HERE in the forum that will start your online success?

This is NOT meant to be a replacement for joining the Gold Membership, but I understand that some people may not have the money for the Gold Membership and are looking to make a few bucks online or just enough so that they can get the gold membership.

Share your thoughts!

Jerome



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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2019, 04:24:54 AM »
activity. I was just about to buy the gold membership so I can promote this site as a "start an online business" type of offer, and one of the benefits that I would have mentioned in my promotions would have been "a very helpful community". Now, while the community might he helpful it doesn't help if it's not active to begin with. Ok, there might be several people who are here day and night (but I don't think this is the case), but that's not enough for me to label the community as "active". Wealthy affiliate, on the other hand... hundreds of people active every day, which is why I'll promote that offer instead, even if it is more expensive than RRW. I am really sorry that this website has been left unattended because I've got many great products from it, but... people change, times change, too so we have to change with them or else we stale until we close our eyes... forever.

I doubt that whoever needs to see this message will actually see it (much less do something about it), but I had to speak my mind :)

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2019, 02:19:28 PM »
Hmmm.....well you might want to look at your own activity before talking about others.  Prior to today, you havent made a post in almost 3 years!  If you want activity on this forum, you should do your part and participate in the forum.

Both Jim and I are on here on an almost daily basis removing tons of spam accounts.  I remove on average 20 accounts a day.


activity. I was just about to buy the gold membership so I can promote this site as a "start an online business" type of offer, and one of the benefits that I would have mentioned in my promotions would have been "a very helpful community". Now, while the community might he helpful it doesn't help if it's not active to begin with. Ok, there might be several people who are here day and night (but I don't think this is the case), but that's not enough for me to label the community as "active". Wealthy affiliate, on the other hand... hundreds of people active every day, which is why I'll promote that offer instead, even if it is more expensive than RRW. I am really sorry that this website has been left unattended because I've got many great products from it, but... people change, times change, too so we have to change with them or else we stale until we close our eyes... forever.

I doubt that whoever needs to see this message will actually see it (much less do something about it), but I had to speak my mind :)

Cheers!

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #3 on: December 27, 2019, 02:45:14 PM »
That was your best reply to my observation? K! Anyway, you and Jim alone (whoever that guy is) is not enough to make for an active community. Hell, even if I made a post every day it still wouldn't change much because 3 people is hardly a community.

Also, nobody has hired me to be active in this forum. Pay me 3k a month and I'll post every day in every god darn subforum of RRW. Otherwise, what reasons do I have to be active?

But anyway, I'm gonna stop here with the mild accusations cause I don't want to cause any troubles. Believe it or not, despite of this dead community, I still like RRW.... A LOT! Which means, I want it to continue existing. I was just noting that a dead community wont attract too many new signups. That's all I had to say.

PEACE!

Hmmm.....well you might want to look at your own activity before talking about others.  Prior to today, you havent made a post in almost 3 years!  If you want activity on this forum, you should do your part and participate in the forum.

Both Jim and I are on here on an almost daily basis removing tons of spam accounts.  I remove on average 20 accounts a day.


activity. I was just about to buy the gold membership so I can promote this site as a "start an online business" type of offer, and one of the benefits that I would have mentioned in my promotions would have been "a very helpful community". Now, while the community might he helpful it doesn't help if it's not active to begin with. Ok, there might be several people who are here day and night (but I don't think this is the case), but that's not enough for me to label the community as "active". Wealthy affiliate, on the other hand... hundreds of people active every day, which is why I'll promote that offer instead, even if it is more expensive than RRW. I am really sorry that this website has been left unattended because I've got many great products from it, but... people change, times change, too so we have to change with them or else we stale until we close our eyes... forever.

I doubt that whoever needs to see this message will actually see it (much less do something about it), but I had to speak my mind :)

Cheers!

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2019, 09:33:23 PM »
If you are going to talk about the forum, make sure you understand the forum. Jim and I have been moderators of this forum for a number of years.(if you dont know who the moderators are how well do you actually know the forum?) 

Yes it is true that 3 people posting (actually there are more than 3 people posting in this forum by the way) hardly makes a community but being a positive contributor is better than doing nothing at all.   If you're not contributing to the forum, you're part of the "this community is dead" problem.

Why should you be paid?  Looking back at the majority of your posts, they have been of a negative nature.  Hence the reason I told you to work on your mindset. 

BTW, why are you just now responding to a post I made a year ago?

There's a difference between this forum and the membership site.  The membership site is updated with content almost daily, the forum get content when people contribute to it.  To be honest, this forum is about sharing information and helping people, it's not meant to get people to sign up for the membership site.

That was your best reply to my observation? K! Anyway, you and Jim alone (whoever that guy is) is not enough to make for an active community. Hell, even if I made a post every day it still wouldn't change much because 3 people is hardly a community.

Also, nobody has hired me to be active in this forum. Pay me 3k a month and I'll post every day in every god darn subforum of RRW. Otherwise, what reasons do I have to be active?

But anyway, I'm gonna stop here with the mild accusations cause I don't want to cause any troubles. Believe it or not, despite of this dead community, I still like RRW.... A LOT! Which means, I want it to continue existing. I was just noting that a dead community wont attract too many new signups. That's all I had to say.

PEACE!

Hmmm.....well you might want to look at your own activity before talking about others.  Prior to today, you havent made a post in almost 3 years!  If you want activity on this forum, you should do your part and participate in the forum.

Both Jim and I are on here on an almost daily basis removing tons of spam accounts.  I remove on average 20 accounts a day.


activity. I was just about to buy the gold membership so I can promote this site as a "start an online business" type of offer, and one of the benefits that I would have mentioned in my promotions would have been "a very helpful community". Now, while the community might he helpful it doesn't help if it's not active to begin with. Ok, there might be several people who are here day and night (but I don't think this is the case), but that's not enough for me to label the community as "active". Wealthy affiliate, on the other hand... hundreds of people active every day, which is why I'll promote that offer instead, even if it is more expensive than RRW. I am really sorry that this website has been left unattended because I've got many great products from it, but... people change, times change, too so we have to change with them or else we stale until we close our eyes... forever.

I doubt that whoever needs to see this message will actually see it (much less do something about it), but I had to speak my mind :)

Cheers!

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #5 on: December 28, 2019, 03:17:18 AM »
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If you are going to talk about the forum, make sure you understand the forum
I do understand the forum. And it's DEAD. A forum in which only a few people reply to all topics and the topics haven't been updated in years is a DEAD forum, no matter how much you hate to admit it?

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if you dont know who the moderators are how well do you actually know the forum?
if by "you know the forum" you mean that I should be familiar with every single member of this forum, then sorry to disappoint you, but I'll never do that. I go to forums for help, and that's it. Sure, when other people need help and I can help I always do it (happily, too, because it's in my nature to enjoy helping people). But that's about where my getting familiar with the forum stops. I have other priorities in life than being friends with all strangers online. And you should be glad that I'm telling you this harsh truth instead of lying to you. It means that I respect you and don't want to take you for a fool.

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being a positive contributor is better than doing nothing at all
of course that it's better. But still won't change anything because we would still be too few people. And again, I'm not accusing anyone for letting this forum die (everyone has their own problems), I was merely noticing and responding to your question. I have no idea how you've come to be so vehement in your response for just giving my honest opinion. We're living strange times indeed...

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If you're not contributing to the forum, you're part of the "this community is dead" problem
theoretically, yes. Practically, I don't see myself a part of any problem regarding RRW and its forum. When I have something to contribute I do it, when I don't have anything to stay I just mind my own business. Besides, I'm a newbie so I rarely have something valuable to say, and it makes sense not to contribute to the forum when I know so little in comparison to others. Don't you think that this is the right attitude?

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Why should you be paid?
because I'm doing my job (being a moderator).

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Looking back at the majority of your posts, they have been of a negative nature
Where's the negativity in my posts?!? I honestly fail to see it. Care to point it out?

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Hence the reason I told you to work on your mindset
you should work on yours, too, though. You're not perfect, you know?

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BTW, why are you just now responding to a post I made a year ago?
I wasn't paying attention to how old the thread was because my mind was somewhere else. I can't tell you what I was thinking at because I genuinely don't remember, but I was looking for something and was too busy shuffling through the threads to check their liveliness, and your post caught my attention and since I'm a helpful guy (talking about contributions, huh?) I thought I should give my honest opinion about what this forum was lacking. Which I did... and apparently it pissed you off badly

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To be honest, this forum is about sharing information and helping people, it's not meant to get people to sign up for the membership site.
of course that this is the purpose of a forum (duh!), but how do you expect beginners to continue paying their RRW fee if they can't find the help they need to make use of their membership? Personally, I'm not a big fan of forums (I mostly use google and/or youtube for my issues), but having an active community helps a good chunk of newbies, and if I was to promote RRW mentioning how active this forum (was supposed to be) would have been a big selling point, along with the high quality products. Which is why I deemed unintentionally reviving the thread as an important thing to do.


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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #6 on: December 28, 2019, 11:26:37 AM »
Wow!People have lives. Situations change. I was super active for about 3 years & things came up. Many others who were very active have had to cut back. Life happens.

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #7 on: December 28, 2019, 12:24:47 PM »
To answer your original question, my opinion would be to keep up with the market.

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #8 on: December 28, 2019, 01:11:10 PM »
I will do that

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« Reply #9 on: December 29, 2019, 06:34:54 PM »
Jerome, how about a section on Low/No content publishing? Oddly enough as we've both seen, there's a huge market and micro-niches abound!
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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #10 on: December 29, 2019, 10:28:41 PM »


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if you dont know who the moderators are how well do you actually know the forum?
if by "you know the forum" you mean that I should be familiar with every single member of this forum, then sorry to disappoint you, but I'll never do that. I go to forums for help, and that's it. Sure, when other people need help and I can help I always do it (happily, too, because it's in my nature to enjoy helping people). But that's about where my getting familiar with the forum stops. I have other priorities in life than being friends with all strangers online. And you should be glad that I'm telling you this harsh truth instead of lying to you. It means that I respect you and don't want to take you for a fool.

I never said you had to know everyone in the forum BUT you should know who the admins and moderators are especially since you said you go to forums for help.  Admins and moderators can get you the help you need faster (most of the time) because it's our job to monitor the forum.

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being a positive contributor is better than doing nothing at all
of course that it's better. But still won't change anything because we would still be too few people. And again, I'm not accusing anyone for letting this forum die (everyone has their own problems), I was merely noticing and responding to your question. I have no idea how you've come to be so vehement in your response for just giving my honest opinion. We're living strange times indeed...

The majority of your posts tend to stress the negative aspect of things, you rarely mention anything positive, I'm not sure how that helps anyone.   Just as you have responded to this thread, so to am I allowed to vociferously respond to your posts in this thread.

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If you're not contributing to the forum, you're part of the "this community is dead" problem
theoretically, yes. Practically, I don't see myself a part of any problem regarding RRW and its forum. When I have something to contribute I do it, when I don't have anything to stay I just mind my own business. Besides, I'm a newbie so I rarely have something valuable to say, and it makes sense not to contribute to the forum when I know so little in comparison to others. Don't you think that this is the right attitude?

You've been a member of this forum for 5.5 years and have had a free membership for longer than that, yet you are still a newbie?  This is another example of why I said you needed to work on your mindset 5.5 years ago. 

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Looking back at the majority of your posts, they have been of a negative nature
Where's the negativity in my posts?!? I honestly fail to see it. Care to point it out?

Here's a list of your posts that have a negative tone to them:

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/newmemberintro/new-to-rrw-forum/msg58040/#msg58040

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/newmemberintro/new-to-rrw-forum/msg58050/#msg58050

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/newmemberintro/new-to-rrw-forum/msg58054/#msg58054

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/newmemberintro/new-to-rrw-forum/msg58075/#msg58075

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/newmemberintro/new-to-rrw-forum/msg58076/#msg58076

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/technicalassistance/support-ticket-unanswered/msg68298/#msg68298

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/technicalassistance/support-ticket-unanswered/msg68304/#msg68304

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/technicalassistance/how-do-i-protect-and-hide-my-download-pages-from-ses-and-hackers/msg68497/#msg68497

http://resell-rights-weekly.com/forum/technicalassistance/how-do-i-protect-and-hide-my-download-pages-from-ses-and-hackers/msg68499/#msg68499

I'm not going to go into details on what makes each post negative, but you have inspired me to make a product on positive mindset!  ;C  Actually, I'm already working on a positive mindset product.  :toothy12:


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Hence the reason I told you to work on your mindset
you should work on yours, too, though. You're not perfect, you know?

I have never said I was perfect, :toothy12: but you certainly have shown a negative mindset with the majority of your posts. :shocked2: I work on being a better person everyday. ;)

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BTW, why are you just now responding to a post I made a year ago?
I wasn't paying attention to how old the thread was because my mind was somewhere else. I can't tell you what I was thinking at because I genuinely don't remember, but I was looking for something and was too busy shuffling through the threads to check their liveliness, and your post caught my attention and since I'm a helpful guy (talking about contributions, huh?) I thought I should give my honest opinion about what this forum was lacking. Which I did... and apparently it pissed you off badly

I dont see where you've been helpful in this forum.  The major of your posts that I listed above have been negative.  Using mindfulness can help with your mindset and cut down on being too busy shuffling through threads.   You havent pissed me off at all, just because I give counter arguments to your posts doesnt mean I'm pissed, I'm simply being active in the forum. ;)

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To be honest, this forum is about sharing information and helping people, it's not meant to get people to sign up for the membership site.
of course that this is the purpose of a forum (duh!), but how do you expect beginners to continue paying their RRW fee if they can't find the help they need to make use of their membership? Personally, I'm not a big fan of forums (I mostly use google and/or youtube for my issues), but having an active community helps a good chunk of newbies, and if I was to promote RRW mentioning how active this forum (was supposed to be) would have been a big selling point, along with the high quality products. Which is why I deemed unintentionally reviving the thread as an important thing to do.
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Anytime a beginner has asked a questions Jim, myself and/or other forum members have responded.   Can you please point out what post a beginner made, asking for help that went unanswered?  I actually have a standard speech that I give to those who ask about what they should do once they have joined the gold membership to help beginners out.  I even told it to you when you first posted to this forum, I modified it since you hadnt become a gold member yet but I did tell you.  ;)

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #11 on: December 29, 2019, 10:30:05 PM »
I agree with you, life does happen and the things people focus on change as well.

Jerome

Wow!People have lives. Situations change. I was super active for about 3 years & things came up. Many others who were very active have had to cut back. Life happens.

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #12 on: December 29, 2019, 10:30:41 PM »
Thanks for your suggestion.

To answer your original question, my opinion would be to keep up with the market.

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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #13 on: December 29, 2019, 10:35:43 PM »
Now that is a good idea Karen!  So would this be how to create them, use them, offers to sell them or product reviews?

Jerome, how about a section on Low/No content publishing? Oddly enough as we've both seen, there's a huge market and micro-niches abound!
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Re: What would you like to see here in the forum?
« Reply #14 on: December 29, 2019, 10:44:26 PM »
I'm not gonna read all of that mumbo jumbo. If you're working on a new product congrats. I really don't care, but it's (probably) good for you :)

As for my negativity... again I'm not gonna read all of that, either. Too many links to go through, and my time is limited, especially for such meaningless things. If you'll piss me off more, though, I will go through each and every single one of your posts and prove to you how full of negativity you, and everyone else on this god darn planet is, as well. You just chose to see other people's negativity (mine) instead of focusing on yours. The hardest fights in life are against yourself (not my quote, but one in which I believe nonetheless)

Last but not least, yes, I am still newb after 5.5 because I've stayed away from IM since 2014 until this week, when I finally could find some spare time and cash for me and my hobbies. Life do gets in the way of people, so judge me all you want but unless I tell you what's happened to me you're just speculating.