Like why the earlier blogs on the spreadsheet only have 2-3 followers? Why some of the sites have x-rated content? If new additions (like myself and others) are expected to go back and check periodically to follow newer additions? They seem like pretty basic questions and am not sure why you haven't responded or at least put a better procedure explanation on your spreadsheet with followup and contact procedures. I don't want to sound as if I am slamming and have emailed firstname.lastname@example.org so that I don't get banned or whatever. Just looking for basic answers to obvious questions since I did spend the good part of several days doing as you asked in your directions and have really seen no benefits for me and no response from you ??? Help? Are you there?
Hi Tess, I sent you a friend request about a month ago and have questions on the group which have not been responded to by you? Not sure what your blogs are but would like to take a look and if you respond, will probably follow. There are a few other comments like mine in terms of how your group is supposed to work so if you have actually responded to them and could just cut and paste your answer, that would be great.
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