Take a Short Survey to Improve the APSense Community

by Coach Steve Toth
Hi My name is Coach Steve Toth, and I would like to assess the training needs of the APSense community to find out where your training priorities are and how I can provide assistance. The trainings may be held FREE on my Social Broadcasts or in a Web Cast Room on the Internet.
Please answer the following survey by clicking on the link below:
Once I receive More Surveys-I will publish the results like this example below:
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About Coach Steve Toth Advanced     

105 connections, 8 recommendations, 387 honor points.
Joined APSense since, May 29th, 2007, From Denver, United States.

Created on Dec 31st 1969 18:00. Viewed 0 times.


Jenny Stewart Professional   
Hi Steve,

Thanks for posting this survey. It is good to see that you are thinking of training in SPECIFIC areas.

Like many people - i can dominate one or two but am completely lost on others. Our knowledge of the internet is so varied that it will be great to be taken through the areas we are not comfortable - step by step.

Sep 27th 2007 11:03   
Pete Balasch Jr. Magnate I   Internet Marketer Pod caster
I think the survey is great keep up And Bill why are you so hard on every body ?
you are not being fair to the folks here on apsense really you are NOT
Oct 6th 2007 17:01   
Bj aka Bill Brown Magnate I   Hosting and Backup Service provider
Hi Pete

what ever

Oct 6th 2007 17:03   
Pete Balasch Jr. Magnate I   Internet Marketer Pod caster
I would also sy that is self promotion is it not ?
Oct 6th 2007 17:07   
Pete Balasch Jr. Magnate I   Internet Marketer Pod caster
and its snide a rude
Oct 6th 2007 17:07   
Bj aka Bill Brown Magnate I   Hosting and Backup Service provider
Hi again Peter,

If Steve does not like my saying the information is freely available without having to give an email address then I am sure he will delete it.

That is his perogative.

Oct 6th 2007 17:35   
Jenny Stewart Professional   

Cool it you guys - this is not the place for a debate on posting manners

It is, unless I am very much mistaken , a place where Steve has offered us another option to learn about ApSense.. in a different way than other people, which is a positive addition to the ways we already have. We all have different ways of learning.

I hope that when he sees it, that Steve deletes these comments and just leaves up the positive posts. This is not a competition and if you dont want to participate in the survey, BJ, just leave it at that - you don't need to knock him - he is not knocking you.

Oct 7th 2007 03:39   
Bj aka Bill Brown Magnate I   Hosting and Backup Service provider
As some think there is an ulteria motive or some attempt to knock Steve I have removed my original post.

As that is NOT repeat NOT my intention.

I will refrase my post to keep the peace.

Hi Steve

Personally I wont take part in the survey for the simple reason I do not agree with giving my email address for information that is already freely available

I hope this revised post will satisfy the offended

Oct 7th 2007 07:32   
Karen Weir Committed  Local Internet Advertising Consultant
Hey Steve,

Once again you have made a very positive contribution to this community. While I agree with Bj that the information is available here, it is not available in the manner you are looking to deliver it. Personal and interactive. We all have different learning styles - many people like to be able to actually "speak" and to be heard. I use an online conference room that allows you to push pages and websites, to talk to each other in real time, and it absolutely shortens that learning curve.

I didn't see the "original" offensive post, but even in your re-post Bj, the implication is negative. I do not believe that Steve is attempting to gather up email addresses with marketing motives. We are a community of colleagues - giving your email address is a way for Steve to contact interested persons.

I'm with Jenny on this one. Those who are not interested, for whatever reasons, can just move on. There is truly no need to post your reasons for NOT being interested.

That's MHO anyway!
Oct 7th 2007 11:45   
Coach Steve Toth Advanced   
I have learned a few things:

1. Until I posted this in the new "ASK!" -feature of APSense no-one noticed this post.

2. A re-confirmation of something I already do know-it's what people do that matters more and not what they say.

3. I have been in this community for many months never once have I solicited someones via e-mail-not my style so you still don't know me

4. Although this post was originally intended for me to provide free training, it's turning out to be something else

5. I am not afraid of negative opinions so I will not delete them. Everyone is entitled to one.

To Your Success,

Coach Steve
Oct 7th 2007 12:28   
Teodor Muntean Professional   Business Consultant
Ask! It's powerful marketing tool! This way I found you Coach Steve!
Oct 7th 2007 16:17   
Teodor Muntean Professional   Business Consultant
A TOP for me for your idea and I took the test just for testing your tool! I'm preparing a survey poll for my group members too.
Oct 7th 2007 16:21   
Darrel (MyMagic) Hoover Senior   Multiple streams, free to join.
Now we get some activity.
Oct 8th 2007 01:11   
Cheryl Baumgartner Professional   Medical Billing/Coding/Insurance
I think the training is a good idea. Although the information is freely available not all users are as internet savvy as others. I've pretty much had to muddle my way through and learn by trial and error. Having trainng available would have saved me some valuable time. It may help new members we are getting now.
Oct 11th 2007 11:40   
Coach Steve Toth Advanced   

Very good point. Some people learn best by just reading, some some by hearing it and some by seeing it. I believe that it is a mistake to assume that there is only one way. The best way I know is by using all of our senses and being interactive.

To Your Success,
Oct 11th 2007 22:31   
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