Originally Posted by Doris Loeffel
Somehow I can understand Amandas request for no longer "bombarding" the ATP (did I really just write this 3 letters???) with complains, especially when you have already done so. (You guys didn't really expect a personal answer did you??)
Well looks like they got the message and we have been heard.
But by constantly complaining, the surprise we may have coused by our complains may turn into anger. And the good thing we may have started may turn against us again. Becouse 100 e-mails from the same person woun't be taken as serious as 100 (or hopefully more) complains from different ppl from all over the world.
So I think the best thing to still show them your disagreement about putting down "our" site is to no longer use their site (I know it's hard
). The constant low frequence on their site might be a better help to make change their minds and give us "our" site back again.
There exists a polite and firm way to show our disagreement. The messages don't have to show angriness. They have to show determination.
Boycotting the ATP website may be an option (that is what I am doing), but I am not certain how effective this is (what % of total ATP website browsers do we represent
Stopping to let them know how unsatisfied we are will lead them to think that it was only a one-off upset by a few kiddies (who sent angry messages as a heated reaction). And that with time, we'll forget about everything an things will be back to normal.
Obviously 100 emails from the same persons won't do. But 1,000 emails from 1,000 persons twice a month will certainly make a difference.
I am not letting them think that I a forgetting about it
. I am letting them know politely, and firmly
And so far, I have always got a reply when I sent a feedback message to a website (including from the WTA official website). I expect the same from the ATP official website.